We Love You Too Much to Open the Doors

News from Northpoint Church “What do you know that we don’t?” asked some of Andy Stanley’s fellow pastors a few weeks before Easter when COVID-19 began to kick in, and he declared that Nothpoint Church would not be meeting like normal. He responded: “I don’t know anything you don’t. I just know that clarity in the midst of uncertainty is …

Choose Joy at the Start of Every Day

Earlier this week, after 10 days of being physically responsible for everything the kids, the animals and my husband need — and after 6 of the busiest days of my life thanks to some prescheduled commitments and extracurricular activities — I found myself on the verge of losing it. With or without kids at home, have you found yourself “on …

George Floyd, the gospel, and our response

Those who personally identify with the social situation that created the conditions for the death of Mr. George Floyd are left feeling vulnerable and afraid… Too often they find deafening silence or even worse, a voice of rebuke from church members who feel it’s out of place for them to express their lament. To affirm Christian love and the solidarity …

The Great I Am

In his message on Sunday, May 17, Josh Breese, our Youth Ministries Director, shared that part of the inspiration for his comments came from the poem “The Great I Am” by David Bowden. Here is a video of the song (inspired by David’s poem) performed by The Met Collective, followed by David presenting the poem.

Inspiration from the MTS Community

Some inspiration for your week gleaned from members of the MTS community (click a link to jump to any selection)… Pandemic, a poem by Lynn Ungar Spring Came & Today, two poems by Barbara Darnall Link to a video of cellist YoYo Ma and comments from Janice Hogue An excerpt from You’ll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your …

A Man of Sorrows

The Future Focus Combined Scenario (revised as of September 26, 2019) describes Mt. Scott Church visioned into 2027.

Who is My Neighbor?

The Future Focus Combined Scenario (revised as of September 26, 2019) describes Mt. Scott Church visioned into 2027.