Join us for Advance Sunday - We will have a message from Donnie Griggs who planted One Harbour Church in a small city in North Carolina, USA. We will also have an opportunity to hear from one of our sister churches in the Advance Network. This is going to be a special time together, don't miss it - and please share!This Sunday's lesson is all about fun, conversation and family time. There is no digital experience, all you need can be found at the following links:Preschool - Penguins Praise - https://bit.ly/SBCfamilyfaith_pre_2AugGrade 1 to 6 - Sunday Sundaes - https://bit.ly/SBCfamilyfaith_1to6_2Aug Then next Sunday, we launch into our new Gospel Story adventure, starting in Genesis and working our way through the Old Testament until Christmas. If you'd like to sign up for "In The Bag" in August and receive all you need for Family Faith times on Sundays and during the week please head to bit.ly/faithinthebag_aug2020We'll deliver your bag to the door, you simply need to add family!We also have a kids ministry group where all things kids min will be posted: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sbckidsministryCCLI Streaming License No: 93437Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Conference sessions from the North American Eastern Hub Conference, 19-21 September 2019. Hosted at One Harbor Church, Eastern North Carolina.Donnie Griggs (One Harbor Church) opens the conference with an exhortation to seek the welfare of our cities. Firstly, to accept that our faithfulness to Christ mean that we are living in exile, surrounded by a culture that does not celebrate or support the Word. Donnie then works through Jeremiah 29, noting that God sent his people into exile. While there, God asks that we give ourselves to our communities, putting down roots and committing to them. That we seek the welfare of its people, through good works and especially through prayer.
Conference sessions from the North American Eastern Hub Conference, 19-21 September 2019. Hosted at One Harbor Church, Eastern North Carolina.Donnie Griggs asks the question, 'What sort of leaders do we need when living in exile?'. He contrasts our inclination to appoint leaders because of sentiment or need with Paul's instruction to the Philippians; working through a range of characteristics and frailties to be cognizant of when appointing leaders in these challenging times.
Session recordings from the Advance Global Conference, hosted in Cape Town, South Africa from 29 - 31 May, 2019.Donnie and Jill Griggs lead One Harbour Church, a thriving church based in a small town in North Carolina, USA. Donnie reminds us that one of Advance's distinctive values is genuine relationship. He speaks of his own experience in leadership, and how the next generation must fight for these crucial connections. What will it take? Donnie walks through the real challenges, the personal postures, practices and patterns we must establish to succeed in building robust, authentic relationships as a movement.
CNLP 234: Donnie Griggs on How To Make a Big Difference in a Small Town, What Works and What Doesn’t in Small Communities, and Finding Great Leaders
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
So many leaders write off small towns and villages as places not worth investing in. Donnie Griggs would beg to differ. He tells the story of how he planted a church in a town of 9000, only to see it...Read the whole entry... »