Alex Enabnit – Programming Coordinator This weekend we had the special privilege to have Dave Runyon speak here at Central. If you’re not familiar with that name, you may be familiar with his book, The Art of Neighboring, which we have looked at as a church in the past. In the message, Dave talked about how […]

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Lisa Jernigan – Global Peace Advocate Now that I have seen, I am responsible. For the first time in my travels I had to take out a War Risk Insurance Policy.

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor I am writing this post today from Washington, DC. Once a year there is an event held in this city that is of particular interest to people of faith. While it is officially called the National Prayer Breakfast, it really should be referred to as the International Prayer Breakfast as […]

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Steve Mass – Associate Worship Pastor Have you ever played Zoomed In? It’s the game where you look at images up close, to where they are almost in distinguishable, then you have to guess what the image is zoomed out. I remember playing this and how difficult this really is! Sometimes you think with full certainty […]

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Bri Johns – Director of Central Leadership Institute Over a decade and a half ago, as I processed the loss of a relationship I thought would lead to marriage, I sat across from a psychologist who described me in a way I have never forgotten…

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  Dean Kuest – Glendale Campus Pastor If you ask my youngest son, he’ll tell you that he loves crab meat. If you ask people sitting in church, most will tell you they love Jesus. Is there a corollary to these two statements?

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Alex Enabnit – Programming Coordinator We had another special weekend at Central with guest Speaker Jon Stallsmith from Grace-Midtown Church in Atlanta. Jon came to give the message for International Weekend and asked a thought-provoking question: what would Jesus say to a Muslim?

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Monte Hunt – Associate Worship Pastor This post is a message I imagine many, in one way or another, have heard before. But often in life we need reminding more than we need instruction. My hope is these thoughts will serve as a reminder to us all that the mission of Christ is still the […]

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