Author: Craig St. John

Advent: The Discipline of Waiting

Craig St. John / November 27, 2017

By Pastor Riccardo Stewart Christians spanning across denominations, traditions, and history take time during this season each year to remember, wait, and anticipate […]

10 Things I Learned from the True Story Project

Craig St. John / September 3, 2017
True Story Project

By Caitlin Anderson As the True Story Project started coming to an end, I spent the final few days reflecting on how God […]

The Day the Lambs went Home

Craig St. John / June 3, 2017

by Deana Rogers Pentecost Sunday tends to get overlooked on our twenty-first century, non-traditional church calendars. The seventh Sunday after Easter is more […]

Craig St. John / March 10, 2017
Acts, Mission

Are We a Community Worth Binge-watching? By AC Alivizatos, Ministry Intern It’s happened to most of us. Despite our best efforts to be […]

Suffering and The True Story

Craig St. John / February 17, 2017
True Story Project

By Teena Dare Sometimes suffering comes in waves. Over the past couple years, my husband and I have walked through some heartbreaking seasons. […]

A Family’s Reason to Move

Craig St. John / February 15, 2017

By Austin Bennett Sheol and Abaddon are never satisfied, and never satisfied are the eyes of man. –Proverbs 27:20 ESV Glaucoma is a […]

And They Had All Things in Common

Craig St. John / February 11, 2017

By David Conley As we walk through the Acts of the Apostles, we come to a very important moment—a watershed, moment to be […]

The Coming of the Holy Spirit

Craig St. John / January 27, 2017

By Josh McCoy, Pastoral Resident The Holy Spirit can be described as an “it” or an ethereal force operating at random times throughout […]


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