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At Ashland our small groups are called BIBLE FELLOWSHIP GROUPS. In our BFGs, together, we seek to help one another live out the mission that God is calling us to in His Word. In this video I describe how our BFGs are connected to the Great Commission.
There is a reason some of the most manly men I know tear up when they hear Kenny Chesney’s ,”Boys of Fall.” And when you ask them what they miss most about playing high school football, they refer to the relationships they formed with the guys even beyond the field. The bond forged through the […]
This Sunday Ashland’s church plant in Madison County (Ashland in Madison County) will move to new temporary facilities. 124 South Keeneland RIchmond Ky 40475 Join us at 10 am! And bring someone with you!
Early in 2010, Garrett Wishall interviewed my mentor David E. Prince and myself about implementing change in the local church. The interview was published in the SBTS Towers. Picture this situation: you have served as pastor of a particular church for less than five years. The church is growing and you think it would be […]
GUEST POST by David E. Prince Those who make them become like them; so do all who trust in them. Psalm 115:8 In the verse above the Psalmist provides a warning about idolatry. Those who create idols to worship become like them (lifeless, useless, empty). Whatever you heart relies on, clings to, and trusts for […]
GUEST POST: by David E. Prince “I thought you said you were having a Mission Conference?” That is not an unusual reaction when people find out that responding to the global orphan crisis through adoption is the topic of our 2010 Mission Conference. The adoption of orphans and the spread of the Gospel of Jesus […]
A few weeks ago, my grandmother told Jonah that she had been to Africa. He responded, as only Jonah could respond, “Really Granny? We didn’t see you there.” Amidst the laughter, I realized something. While Jonah didn’t see his granny in Africa, the mission trip she took there is one reason he is now here […]
As we drove through Addis Ababa the excitement about receiving our two newest sons was numbed by the blatant display of poverty along the streets. The mass of humanity before us was sprinkled with ‘outcasts’ whose residence was at best a worn blanket or a piece of plastic. Beggars drug their deformed legs on the […]
As part of our World Impact Conference, THE WORLD MISSION and THE ORPHAN September 23-26, we are offering a free Andrew Peterson Concert. Let us know if your coming here. Check out Andrew Peterson’s stuff here.