The sixth annual Indiana service trip brought 22 volunteers together, mostly from northern Virginia and South Bend to accomplish a variety of inside and outdoor projects in Indianapolis and Evansville. 


If you read the four Gospels and pay attention to the sequence of events during the week of Jesus’ crucifixion, you may spot a puzzle.


Although the Lord had made it clear to me that he was going to provide the additional space we needed, I never imagined I would be able to live across the street from where I grew up, in a house my father built.


This Christmas season Servant Branch members drove 2,640 miles to 23 different towns, many of them hundreds of miles from the Twin Cities, delivering Christmas gifts to the children of prisoners.


"The People of Praise likes to keep it diverse. If you’re a Protestant, if you’re a Catholic, they welcome you with open arms. If you’re black, Hawaiian or white, they still welcome you with open arms. I have never felt God’s love so strongly."


Now, everyone who comes with any regularity to the Black Rock prayer meeting has been prayed with to be baptized in the Holy Spirit. That’s pretty exciting.