Here is a note I read at RCC's worship gatherings on Sunday, July, 2, 2017: Ten years ago, I first visited Rockingham Christian Church. I was wrapping up my ministry resident program at a church in Illinois, I had a girlfriend back there, and I had a God-sized future ahead of me in New England. … Continue reading Update: We’re Moving to Colorado
This past Sunday morning, I had the privilege of starting off a new four-week series at Rockingham Christian Church called, "We Do," where we are looking at four different things the church does: gathering, singing, communion, and baptism. And since I am a youth pastor, after all, I had to bring in a game (one … Continue reading Sermon: We Gather
When I first arrived at Rockingham Christian Church in October 2007, I stepped into a volunteer-led student ministry that was regularly meeting but in need of a leader to take it to the next level. I gladly accepted the role, as I felt it was something God was calling me to do. Soon after, I … Continue reading Celebrating 10 Years of Deep Freeze Retreats
A message I gave at Rockingham Christian Church on January 22, 2017, all about doubt in connection to the Apostle Thomas in John 20.
We've started using these 3 simple questions in our high school ministry, and it's started to make a difference already!
On Sunday, January 17, 2016, I got the privilege of sharing a message at Rockingham Christian Church. The Scripture was from Luke 11:5-13, "The Parable of the Friend at Midnight," on the topic of bold prayer. It was one of the fastest messages I have ever put together, because God was telling me exactly what … Continue reading Sermon: Parable of the Friend at Midnight
We live in a world where the slogan, "Bigger is better," is often true, but is it always the case, especially in ministry settings?
Over the last seven years, we have taken a group of high school students to serve on summer mission trips with workcampNE. The organization was just featured on a local show, the New Hampshire Chronicle. Here is the clip, which paints a great picture of what workcampNE is all about and why we keep going … Continue reading workcampNE on NH Chronicle
This last month at our youth group, we taught our students about the Bible. We talked about who wrote it, when it was written, how was it compiled, how the stories are connected, and more. But they still had more questions...
I can truly say that I am blessed to be a part of one of the best teams at our church. Why? Let me give you a few reasons...