Almost 17 years ago, in 1990, I stepped into the pulpit of the church I started in Greensboro, North Carolina and resigned. I was tired, exhausted, and I had nothing else to say. So I did what I had talked about doing — I quit. Don’t quit. It’s not the solution you think it will be. Here’s why I quit and why you shouldn’t:
Like the new look? I think it’s more readable, plus this design has some features the older design did not. I hope you feel at home and will consider this….“A gathering place for the small-church community.”
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