Monthly Archives: February 2020

The Four “I”s of Cultivating an Area for God’s Movement

How does a team start a new church from scratch? What does street-level missions look like? If we wanted to start a new H2O Church at, say, Youngstown State University (45 minutes east of Kent), where exactly would we start? … Continue reading

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The Inglorious (But Indispensable) Act of Running

I honestly thought about skipping my 12-mile training run this week. This would be uncharacteristic for me. But training for my upcoming half-marathon has been overshadowed by a busy weekend coordinating the H2O Network’s Manmaker Conference. A Saturday morning run … Continue reading

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The 7 “C”s of Starting a Career in Collegiate Missions

Leadership Development is a significant part of our ministry with H2O Kent. We believe the university environment is ideally suited to seeing atheists become missionaries because there’s so much life transition, so much community, and so much raw potential among … Continue reading

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A Pastor’s Perspective on the Super Bowl

Super Bowl Sunday is an unusual day for ministry. Sundays are usually busy days for church leaders. It’s pretty common that I’ll have some kind of meeting before our weekly worship gathering. The worship gathering itself takes up a couple … Continue reading

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