In today’s world, it can be easy to take for granted the men and women serving in the police departments that help make our communities a safe place to live. As a church we’ve always been grateful for their service and sacrifice, but a few weeks ago we decided to put our “Thank You” into action. We delivered 125 lunches to 5 police departments in our area and had the opportunity to visit and pray with the officers at each station.
Last Monday night Cam and Crisha Hall completed our Growth Track. They’re a new family at Milestone and and it was a chance for them to meet some other families and build some new relationships. A few weeks into Values 301, Cam and Crisha shared with their small group about what the Growth Track has meant to them.
George Bullard has been a successful IBM executive in Las Colinas for more than 35 years. But his professional accomplishments, independence and success couldn’t satisfy the growing void in his life left after the death of his father and from his disconnection from the church. A few years ago George started coming to Milestone every Saturday and gave his life to Christ in one of our services.
It’s not a term everyone wants. It’s often associated with “uncool,” “old-fashioned,” or “out of touch.” But I’m proud to say I’m old school. I’m not trying to bring back the good ol’ days, I’m not against change or progress. I actually enjoy both of those things a great deal. I realize there are lots of things we used to value that aren’t worth much any more.Times have changed. They’ve been replaced. I get it. I’m not trying to get everyone else to adapt to my personal preferences and I’m not trying to scold young people to be more like previous generations. That’s not the point.