What do they have in common? Not much until recently here at Brazos Pointe Fellowship. Now they’re companions. Though I’d heard of message (or sermon) based small groups, I learned about their value at a preaching conference I attended back in January.
We’re 16 years old!
As we begin our 17th year, BPF is still a church for the unchurched, guiding people to take their next step with God. We continue to form local partnerships with church plants and church planting organizations. Globally we remain engaged with the International Mission Board (IMB) and our mission partners in Bolivia, Kenya and Cambodia.
Justin Collard is the newest member of our church’s NextGen Team. He has been a highly engaged children’s volunteer since he and his wife Kalyn joined our church two years ago. When the position of Pre-Teen Minister opened up Justin quickly became our leading candidate. I was quite impressed with his commitment to our church’s mission and his vision for serving students and their parents during their critical pre-teen years.
As we continue this fall’s Ordinary message series about justice we turn our attention Sunday on those most in need of an extraordinary impact from ordinary people doing ordinary things with gospel intentionality. I’m referring to the 45 million people living in slavery – today – in our world, even in our country...