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Category Archives: Inner City Church
I just wanted to post an update on our Inner City Winter Relief Drive. Thanks to the generosity of the people of Mayfair, we were able to fill up 2 buses with winter clothing, canned goods, dry goods, and liquid … Continue reading →
(I wrote about this earlier in the week, but I wanted to remind everyone of the need we have at the Inner City.) Our Inner City pantry is empty. The shelves are bare – clothing racks have been depleted – … Continue reading →
(Those of you who don’t live in Huntsville don’t have to read this.) A good friend of mine told me recently that she heard a preacher once say, “Love is God in action”. If that’s true, then we have a … Continue reading →
Two of my heroes in ministry are Art and Cynthia Leslie. For the past several years, they have been serving as the directors of the Huntsville Inner City Church of Christ. Their ministry is making a difference in the lives … Continue reading →
During worship yesterday morning, we heard from Art Leslie, the minister at the Inner City church here in Huntsville. I appreciate Art and his wife Cynthia and their ministry to our community. It’s hard to believe that less than 3 … Continue reading →
There are talkers and there are do-ers. My friend Jon is a do-er. I encourage you to read Jon’s blog today. He’s written a great piece entitled Mission Minded. Jon is an ambassador for the Huntsville Inner City Church. He’s … Continue reading →
I had the chance to preach today at the Huntsville Inner City Church. This was such a blessing. I was greeted with warm smiles and handshakes from the good brothers and sisters there. Our worship was so uplifting. I was … Continue reading →
I was a junior in high school when the Rwandan Genocide occurred in 1994. It’s estimated that nearly 1 million Tutsis and Hutus were massacred by extremist Hutu militia groups. The world was stunned at such horrifying savagery; men, women … Continue reading →