How Keynote is Helping Campus Crusade for Christ Around the World: As I’m writing this, a Keynote team is in Jamaica teaching worship seminars. A student from Mexico will join us for this year’s Summer Project. Janiê Sucupira is continuing her Keynote training in preparation for starting a music ministry in Brazil. A staff memberÂ from […]Continue readingMore Tag
In Connecticut theyâ€™re called potlucks, in Indiana theyâ€™re pitch-ins, and down south theyâ€™re covered dish dinners. But the result is the same: a plate full (and sometimes overflowing!) with a wonderful assortment of yummy morsels. That full plate also happens to be a fitting metaphor for the variety of responsibilities and activities I have in my life right now. Here are some of the â€œtastyâ€ items that have been on my plate since I last wrote (not in any particular order):Continue readingMore Tag
Here are some encouraging items from other Keynote staff. From The Boyds, who use contemporary music, humor and drama to reach out to couples and families: “150 people attended this Executive Ministry Valentine’s dinner at a beautiful country club in northern NJ, which had an incredible view of the Manhattan skyline. It was a breathtaking […]Continue readingMore Tag
Rejoice! We serve a living Savior! “He is not here, for He has risen, just as He said.” – Matthew 28:6 (NASB)Continue readingMore Tag
Most people associate St. Paddy’s Day with Ireland, shamrocks and the color green. It’s a fun holiday, but unless you’re of Irish descent and can celebrate your ethnic heritage, it’s not necessarily very meaningful.
At least, not until you hear the story of St. Patrick.Continue readingMore Tag