Transforming Ordinary People into Extraordinary Followers of Christ

Posts from May 2017

Scripture in the Everyday – Mary Strynar

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail I’m Mary, a new mentor with Fusion. One of the reasons I wanted to become a mentor with Fusion has to do with my struggle with controlling my sin-filled desires. Although I’m decades older than you I still struggle. But I have found Hope, Grace and Love in my decades of struggling […]

True Worship – a post from Gwen Howell

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail In the past few weeks, I’ve been noticing that our church, as a whole, doesn’t get very excited about congregational worship. It is something that seems to be important to the church. There are two staff members, Aaron and Steph whose entire job is about preparing for worship and worshipping. We have […]

Being Kingdom Citizens: Series Introduction

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail This summer, our focus with Fusion is on the simple question: what does it look like for us to live our lives as citizens of God’s kingdom? Simple Question. Big Answers. “What does it look like for us to be daily followers of Christ?” may be a simple question and honestly, we […]

Don’t waste your summer – Brodie Heginbotham

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” –William Shakespeare (from As You Like It, spoken by Jaques). The world’s a stage We may concede, along with Shakespeare, that this life we live is a play, with its costumes, its lines, its drama, its comedy, and its […]

“This is an Inconvenience” – a post from Daniel Havener

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail Why I hate rain Let me start this off with a fact. I don’t like rain. Sure, I played in it as a child. Sure, I know that without it plants cannot grow. But I realized my disdain when it rained for two straight days. There was no sunshine, it was cold, […]

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