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Support Your Home Team

Last week during our MBCM staff meeting,I invited our team into a conversation about racism and injustice. My heart was heavy. As a black man, the senseless and inhumane murder of George Floyd shook me to the core, and I was having trouble keeping up with my emotions…

Physical Reopening

Last week during our MBCM staff meeting,I invited our team into a conversation about racism and injustice. My heart was heavy. As a black man, the senseless and inhumane murder of George Floyd shook me to the core, and I was having trouble keeping up with my emotions…

Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy

Last week during our MBCM staff meeting,I invited our team into a conversation about racism and injustice. My heart was heavy. As a black man, the senseless and inhumane murder of George Floyd shook me to the core, and I was having trouble keeping up with my emotions…

Staff Reflections [June 2020]

Last week during our MBCM staff meeting,I invited our team into a conversation about racism and injustice. My heart was heavy. As a black man, the senseless and inhumane murder of George Floyd shook me to the core, and I was having trouble keeping up with my emotions…

One specific adjusment for churches

I’ve been thinking about one particular change. I know most, if not all, of our churches have worked on this specific adjustment at one point or another. Some have made it a priority. Some churches have had great success, others less. Before I explain this adjustment that I’m alluding to, I’m going to make a few generalized observations.

First anniversary with MBCM

Last month marked my first anniversary with MBCM. It feels like it was just yesterday that I was being introduced by Gerald and Janelle. I recall being excited to start something new and to embrace what I anticipated would be a lot of learning. I also remember being a little nervous about joining such a big community, which in some ways was new for me.

Retirement after 30 years of ministry – Jim Wiseman

“What’s kept me driven is the word of God!” says Jim Wiseman with a remarkable sense of certainty. After three decades of vocational ministry, Jim and his wife Jacquie responded to God’s call to retirement. They passed on the role of leading the inner-city ministry, Walls of Freedom.