Five and a half years ago, Kristi and I moved from Hartford, South Dakota, where we had planted and pastored a church for seventeen years, to Lacey, Washington, to be the regional minister for the NAB Northwest Region.
Every Triennial, the Sunday worship gathering is one of the chief highlights of our time together. Unfortunately, the vast majority of NAB churches have no experience. With Triennial 2021 moving online it has created opportunities for us to bring Triennial to you!
We are happy to share that after a few weeks in the hospital due to COVID-19, Valdir, the maintenance supervisor at Chain of Love in Brazil, has been released! He has been released to return home to continue his recovery.
Triennial registration is open! Taking place in living rooms, churches, and backyards across the globe July 9–11, the first ever all-virtual Triennial includes general sessions led by Efrem Smith, Julie Canlis, and James Choung.
Last week, we let you know about Racial Reconciliation Sunday, which is taking place on February 14. One of the best ways of participating in this day is by taking time to listen to others with different backgrounds. Wayne Stapleton, VP of Cross-Cultural Engagement, shares the importance of listening in showing love.