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In a recent blog, we considered the fact that the love that believers show for one another should be the defining element of our Christian community. A concept that is closely related to love is the idea of honor. As the definition above demonstrates, to honor someone is to regard them with great respect....
At our recent Reformation Day celebration, I met a man who attends another church in the area. He said that our church made an impression on him because “everyone seemed to know each other.” He appreciated that we were a friendly church with people who care about one another. ...
One thing that has become obvious this week is that the young people who have come with us have been a huge part of what we have been able to accomplish. There is little substitute for youthful energy and drive. Additionally, the young people of Christ Church continue to show (as they do back in Katy) that they are willing to take initiative on work (not waiting to be told...Keep Reading
Today the Christ Church PCA Missions team again served at the Mission Torre Fuerte construction site in Juarez. There were no injuries and God was gracious keeping us safe and in good spirits. ...Keep Reading
We had survived (and actually flourished!) one day! What we were able to accomplish on the construction site and at the English Camp, even though there were some difficulties and shortcomings, was a great encouragement to our team....Keep Reading
The Christ Church team headed for El Paso this morning, divided into two groups: one on a Southwest Airlines flight, and one in a driving caravan....Keep Reading
Please join us for Christ Church's Missions Conference Friday, February 28 through Sunday, March 2....Keep Reading
On Friday, our small group from Christ Church crossed the U.S. - Mexico border on our way to the Center for Church Planting (CPI) Vision Weekend in Monterrey. Crossing the border was less involved than I thought it would be, but there was still paperwork to fill out, a deposit to be made in order to bring the car into Mexico, and dollars to turn into pesos. As we travelled...Keep Reading