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September 24

10 Bad Reasons To Be A Pastor

Thanks to TheResurgence.com for this article.  It originated there. There are some good reasons to be a pastor, and there are some reasons that just aren’t enough. This is the third installment in an 8-part series called Preparing to Lead. Over the years, I have heard men give compelling reasons to be a pastor. I […]

January 28

Vision Now Week 4 Slideshow

January 10

New stuff at the Potters House this weekend.

The Sunday morning kids ministry at the Potters House is called KidsHouse.tv.  And this weekend, we are unveiling a few exciting developments to our facility and resources that we have been working on for quite some time. We hope to welcome you and your entire family to the Potters House and, for many young families and […]

Weekend of Service with the Potters House

This event has been rescheduled for January 10-12. Churches hold many roles and carry many responsibilities in the communities in which they exist.  They are centers for worship, social interaction and connection, relational and spiritual counseling, morality education, etc. But the most important roll that any church carries is that of ‘showing’ and ‘sharing’ the […]

Where does the PottersHouseChurch.org go from here?

Ive spent the last 7 months listening to, learning from and developing a great love for the people of the Potters House.  God brought me here through a group of developments that made His calling unmistakable.  He made it obvious.  But He did not make it easy. The first 7 months have been very interesting. […]

Remember Baptism with Don Young

Baptism with water is a huge part of the Christian experience. And depending on your particular denomination or heritage, the value placed on baptism varies. In this video, Brad Henson and Don Young teach about baptism, its value and purpose. They also discuss memorable stories about baptism from their own experiences.  Check it out.  

We just aren’t enough…

One of the most challenging things about leadership in the developing American church is administrating and negotiating the struggles of diversity. You see, if everyone thinks-acts-believes the same things about all things… it’s pretty easy to lead. But that never really happens does it. In a diverse church (Like Four Rivers), where people think-act-believe in […]