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A discussion with Nick Sefton – Beacon Indianapolis

Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Nick Sefton. Nick and some friends started Beacon–a house church ministry in Indianapolis.  In this inaugural segment of the Keep it Simple podcast called  “Simple Church Conversations,” I chat with Nick about his experiences and all that he has learned from trusting God on this adventure in Indy. Nick and I get into some really good subject matter.  I hope you enjoy it and get some some encouragement from what God is doing all around us! Thanks for liking and subscribing and sharing Keep it Simple: A Simple Church Podcast! Comments… Read More »A discussion with Nick Sefton – Beacon Indianapolis

24-7 Prayer Easter Week in Lexington

Once again this year, we will be participating in around the clock prayer the week leading up to Easter. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience prayer fresh way with members of Lexington’s city church!   Prayer will happen at the Prayer Room in Lexington on South Broadway (1218 S Broadway, Ste 110, Lexington, Kentucky 40504) Sign up: Follow this link for more details and to sign up for a time slot!  When you sign up, you will receive an email with detailed instructions about your visit to the Prayer Room. Worship Nights and Mornings: Also, there will be live worship… Read More »24-7 Prayer Easter Week in Lexington

Zúme Project Launches This Week!

This week, on February 14, the Zúme Project official launches.  Zúme is an online training tool that can help folks begin taking steps toward trusting Jesus and joining Him in His mission of making disciples and multiplying churches. It also is more than a training tool as it will also serve to connect folks relationally all across the nation who are on this journey together.  As you do the training, you will be contacted by others near you also going through the training for prayer and encouragement.  If you are in Kentucky, initially it will be me contacting you, but we are… Read More »Zúme Project Launches This Week!