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Kingdom Vision: Jazz Factor of Faith

Transcript: Someone said that praise is the “jazz factor of faith.” I love that statement. I wish I could find who said it or where I have read it, but I read it and it’s in the back of my head and it’s coming out more and more these days that praise really is the “jazz factor of faith.” Now …

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Two BGAV churches made the news!

The BGAV knows no borders: over the weekend, two churches that relate to the BGAV, yet are not physically located within the Commonwealth, made the news. The District Church (Washington, DC) and its pastors, Aaron and Amy Graham, were profiled in a TIME article “Foster the City: A Church Movement to Give Every Child a Home.” The District Church is …

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Kingdom Vision: What Does It Mean To Be Autonomous?

Video Transcript I had an interesting experience. I was in Singapore at the BWA Youth Conference and invited to do a break-out session, but it was really just a break-out session of conversation with the President of BWA. I had no idea of where the conversations would go but for an hour, hour and a half really, we talked about …

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“We’ve been waiting for this church to come.”

As previously mentioned on this blog, Powhatan Community Church recently opened a new campus at Riverside, which is located in Fork Union. The Brian Hughes, Senior Pastor, writes on their blog: Wow, indeed. We celebrate with all churches that are finding new and innovative ways to reach their neighbors. Watch this fantastic video PCC showed at the Riverside launch:  

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V3 Update

JR Woodward, Coordinator for V3, sent us a video update of what’s happening across the V3 landscape. The video features updates from: The District Church, Washington, DC Hope Hill, Manassas, VA Rhythm Church, Miami, FL Reality Church, Virginia Beach, VA Catoctin Valley CC, Purcellville, VA The Rock, Northern Virginia Rhema Christian Ministry, Fredericksburg, VA Vitalize, Smith Mountain Lake, VA Portico, …

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Connecting with the Community Through Archery

Archery is not something we usually associate with church, but for Mineral Baptist Church, they “hit the target” with this unusual approach. Watch the video to see how their Centershot Ministry has energized the church and engaged those who were previously struggling with how to get involved. Inspired by the effectiveness of this endeavor, folks are wondering what other ways they can connect with …

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Monday Musings: May 6, 2013

A Delightful Afternoon at Lakewood Manor [Hermeneutics in High Heels] Rev. Katie McKown, Pastor of Scottsville Baptist Church, visited Lakewood Manor this past Sunday. While at this Virginia Baptist retirement home, she encountered many Virginia Baptists! [Read the full post] The Secret Pain of Pastors [Church Leaders] …That’s the dream job. You can read the Bible all day, pray, play …

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Tech Friday: Google Glass, Grief on Twitter, and mobile Facebook

Why We Take Our Grief to Twitter [Relevant Magazine] Written in the wake of the tragedy in Boston, this article looks at how community was formed, or rather found, through Twitter. Grief, among other things, has the ability to reveal our commonality rather than our differences. From the article: Yet, the author points out that as quickly this phenomenen arrived, …

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Tech Friday: Facebook, Photography, Podcasts, & Text Messaging

Forget the DSLR, Your Smartphone Is All You Need [Mashable] This article is geared towards business, but the central point remains: your smartphone can take great photos. 3 Best Practices for Growing Your Podcast on a Budget [Church Tech Today] Interested in podcasting? Here’s a quick run-through of how to get going. 5 Innovative Ways Churches are Using Text Messaging …

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