LivingSent Blog Archives

Sandi we will miss you

We rejoice with those who rejoice and we weep with those who weep… Larry and Sandi Thomas came to Indian Creek over eight years ago. They immediately hopped into the life and community. Larry participated in constructing a giant cross for the stage that served as a physical bridge for people who were expressing their decisions and desires to walk with Jesus on Easter Sunday that year.

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Praying for Peace in Baltimore

I’ve been praying for Baltimore and deeply saddened by yet another scene similar to Ferguson, MO. I’m asking myself, what are we missing? My desire is not to point the finger and find blame but to find solutions. To do that we need an ear that will listen, a heart that is empathetic and a mind that is open.

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Robert Schuller's legacy

At the end of last week Robert Schuller graduated from this world to eternity. I paused to thank God for him and to remember the influence he had on my life. Recently I had the privilege of traveling to Garden Grove, CA, and visiting the Crystal Cathedral.

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Brett Eastman Promotes Living SENT

I had a great time with Brett Eastman and the Life Together team. Many thanks to him for producing and promoting Living SENT. Living SENT is a way to inspire, train and motivate churches to live out their faith.

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Indian Creek en Espanol

I’m not sure if you got to see Indian Creek’s Enrique Uria on Channel 41 talking about the launch of Campus Espanol. This was Oct 17. We’ve made a lot of progress since then but if you didn’t see Enrique’s enthusiasm and here what he has to say about the needs/opportunity for Hispanics in Olathe.

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The Police and Secret Santa

The Police have received a lot of negative attention lately. This story reveals the heart that is in many of Kansas City’s finest. It was on CBS nightly news.

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A Farmer's story of provision

Belinda and I support the work of Project Partner both by going and participating in the efforts on mainland China and through mobilizing and resourcing from the U.S. Here is a story of a life that’s been changed.          

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