Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth

Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth July 2018: New Faces, New Spaces - The conference-wide emphasis "New Faces, New Spaces" may be new to most of the churches of our Conference, but Decatur has already been living the idea for several years!
Rev. Ricky Harrison July 2018: Looking Back, Year 1 - Time has flown by this past year. Looking back, I’m amazed, humbled, and grateful for just how much God has done in and through us these past 12 months!
Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth June 2018: Do Opinions Really Matter? - Do opinions really matter? As Christians, we don’t lose or give up on the notion of having opinions about things or people.
Rev. Ricky Harrison June 2018: You Are Who You Eat With - There’s something intrinsically sacred about food, especially when food is shared with other people.
Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth May 2018: Grounded in Faith - As people of faith, we are invited to keep ourselves grounded in our faith. Everything else ought to flow from our relationship with God.
Rev. Ricky Harrison May 2018: When is the New Worship Starting? - I pray this will be so much more than just a new offering of worship in a different style — I pray God will build a (w)holistic community of persons seeking to dedicate their lives to walking together in the footsteps of Jesus.
Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth Signs of Vitality and Life are All Around Us - Signs of life and vitality are all around us. Resurrection reminds us of new and beautiful things. Fresh starts and new beginnings abound as all creation begins to turn a new season.
Ricky Harrison April 2018: Pecan Street Mission - As we begin to live into God’s new work among us in planting our new faith community Pecan Street Mission, please continue to pray with and for us.
Rev. Dr. Brian Bosworth Lent Reminds Us that Faith is Intentional - The Lenten Season allows the Easter experience to be more profound for us. It helps to remind us how costly our relationship is for God, but also for us.
Ricky Harrison March 2018: Living Towards Resurrection - This Lent, as I’ve been fixated on my compass, I have been challenged to “re-orient” my own daily living towards death and resurrection.