Temple Baptist Church, Rockford, IL

  • Posted on: 9 November 2014
  • By: Dr. Lou
I always consider it a privilege when a pastor reaches out to me for an ordination service.  Being called into the ministry is a great honor yet carries much responsibility. When I am allowed the opportunity to offer wisdom and insight to a new pastor I often turn to 1 Timothy where Paul encourages and instructs Timothy in leading a church. Before a pastor enters the ministry I try to equip the pastor for battle.  As Christians we are constantly fighting to share the good news of Jesus.

Campaign Update: livingWATERS's First Campaign!

  • Posted on: 27 October 2014
  • By: Nate

LWCC set out on their first campaign: Securing the Home Front // Glorifying God // Growing Lives in an effort to secure a permanent location in Lakeville to call “home.” They found a perfect sizable land in a perfect location with current buildings. The vision went far beyond just land and a physical building as the church rallied around a four part vision summarized as “Planting our Presence, Renewing our Energies, Strengthening our Ministries and Growing our Generosity” which birthed the following tangible goals:

Oakwood Community Church, Waconia, MN

  • Posted on: 12 October 2014
  • By: Dr. Lou
Steve Anderson and Dr. Lou
I had the opportunity to preach at Oakwood Community Church in Waconia, MN the Sunday of October 12, 2014. I appreciate traveling to Converge North Central especially before the snow starts flying. It was a beautiful weekend as the trees were just starting to turn to their autumn colors.  Rev. Steve Anderson is the Senior Pastor of this great church which currently meets in a High School with two worship services.

LifeBridge Church, Rancho Bernardo, CA

  • Posted on: 15 September 2014
  • By: Dr. Lou
LifeBridge Church
LifeBridge Church in Rancho Bernardo, CA has a strong relationship with Converge Cornerstone Fund. On Sunday September 14th, 2014 I was invited to preach at LifeBridge where I taught a sermon titled “Count Your Blessings” based out of Luke 17:11-19.  The congregation was receptive of the message and was encouraged to be grateful for the blessings in one’s life.