We meet on the first and third Thursdays of every month at Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant, 120 Fourth Avenue South, Franklin at 7 a.m. Breakfast buffet is $5 (best deal in town). We’re over promptly at 8:00.
I’m looking forward to hearing what Bill Delvaux has to say this Thursday.
When he spoke at NCS four years ago, he had – with the encouragement of some brothers who told him “to jump off the cliff” – quit his position as teacher and coach at Christ Presbyterian Academy, begun Landmark Journey Ministries, and just published a book. It turns out that was not the end of the story.
Since then Bill has been growing and changing. This Presbyterian minister has been deeply transformed . . . by attending a Church of Christ school . . . and being trained in Roman Catholic spirituality . . . through the mentorship of a woman from the Vineyard Movement.
That may sound confusing and/or ecumenical. But join us this Thursday to hear one brother’s journey. I hope to see you on April 20, at 7 a.m., at Puckett’s Grocery, 120 Fourth Avenue South, Franklin. Come hear Bill tell us what God’s done in his life.
Make it your goal to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands, just as we instructed you before. Then people who are not Christians will respect the way you live, and you will not need to depend on others” (1 Thessalonians 4:11-12). Why is it important to win peoples’ respect? Have you noticed that the attitude you have about your work influences how others see you?