TweetLove Loudly, and Build a Bigger Table! To Love Loudly, Downtown Faith continues its annual Be Rich campaign to highlight its nonprofit, community partners. GIVE │SERVE │ LOVE is expressed in many ways. To Build a Bigger Table, pizza and
TweetLet’s be honest, this is weird… None of us have been through anything like what we are experiencing right now in our world. The world has experienced these kinds of things. Humanity, throughout history has known these types of times.
Tweet“As a follower of Jesus, we should not assess the compatibility we have with others and whether they will become an object of our love. God’s love is indiscriminate, loving the whole. This is perfect love.” White Jr., Dan. Love
TweetI’m a dad, so I’ve seen Frozen… My little girl, like most, loves the storytelling ability of Disney. As a parent I’m a fan too. Most of Disney’s efforts in movies and parks and rides and more are about shared
A table is a tool we use to help people believe they belong. An invitation to a table says, “You are welcome. Here. With me, with us.” Sure, there may be differences. But at a table we demonstrate that it doesn’t really matter. There’s food and drink. There’s games and conversation. Building bigger tables creates more opportunity for more people to belong.
TweetIt is one of many tragic stories that have touched the hearts of the people of Las Vegas… including Ernie Loya, benevolence outreach for Downtown Faith. On March 21, Serge Fournier, age 74, was riding on the bus. Cadesha Bishop,
TweetHere’s the buzz in Vegas… Earlier this month a pretty big story hit here locally. The headline went something like this, “MGM Resorts to Replace Bartenders with Machines.” This is a big deal for a few reasons… Bars are big
TweetBlack Friday Starts on Thursday If you want to hear a quick, emphatic “NO!” just ask me to go Black Friday shopping with you. There’s nothing more I’d rather not do. It’s my nightmare. Fighting crowds for deals on things
TweetA whale of a story… I’ll never forget my confusion followed by my enlightenment as I watched two actors portray a fictional, therapeutic conversation between God and Jonah, the Old Testament prophet. The sketch was funny and thought-provoking simultaneously. It
TweetA Recent Study On Health I’ve had a few conversations this week about people missing our Sunday gatherings. More often than not people simply feel better after having participated in our community discussions. They also feel it when they’ve missed