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Wintley Phipps

Wintley Phipps

September 29, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Wintley Phipps is coming to New Community Fellowship for a free concert on Saturday at 6 pm! Dr. Gerry Fuller talks to him about his talents as a world-reknowned singer, pastor and humanitarian. Phipps, who has traveled with Billy Graham and Bill Gaither and even made appearances on Oprah, has released new album Favorite Hymns of Billy Graham.

For more information about the free concert click here to go to New Community Fellowship’s website.

Kermit Netteburg “Prayer” Part 2

Kermit Netteburg “Prayer” Part 2

September 15, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Kermit Netteburg, pastor of communications at Sligo Church, talks with Dr. Gerry Fuller about the significance of prayer. Dr. Netteburg has a passion for sharing the gospel, whether that is on radio, in print, or through group Bible studies. A teacher for 25 years, he approaches ministry as a teaching profession, helping members exercise their spiritual gifts and helping everyone understand God’s Word and God’s love in new ways.

Kermit Netteburg “Prayer” Part 1

Kermit Netteburg “Prayer” Part 1

September 15, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Kermit Netteburg, pastor of communications at Sligo Church, talks with Dr. Gerry Fuller about the significance of prayer. Dr. Netteburg has a passion for sharing the gospel, whether that is on radio, in print, or through group Bible studies. A teacher for 25 years, he approaches ministry as a teaching profession, helping members exercise their spiritual gifts and helping everyone understand God’s Word and God’s love in new ways.

Summer Vacations

Summer Vacations

September 5, 2006 by  
Filed under Rob Conway

[thumb:602:l] I remember going back to school after a nice summer break and each year the teacher would give us an assignment to answer the question ‘What did you do this summer?’ This was my favorite assignment all year. Probably because my parents didn’t give me many chances to be bored. I’ll never forget one summer travelling across the U.S. in our Datsun; down to swampy Louisiana across the flat never-ending roads in Texas, the cactus desert in New Mexico, up through the Rockies of Colorado and on to Big Sky country–Montana. My favorite memory from that trip was seeing Yellowstone National Park with the buffalo and Ol’ Faithful. That’s a family vacation I still hold close. But you know, it wasn’t so much all the places I got to see that made it memorable. It was getting the chance to spend time with both my mom and dad all to myself. My siblings were all grown up and I was able to spend it with them–and a few other close relatives we visited along the way.

With Labor Day over, all we may have is a few memories from our summer. But I hope the ones you have will last. Because it’s not all about vacations and traveling. It’s about the quality time you spent together that you and your kids may be able to look back on twenty years from now and say ‘hey remember when…’

Feel free to leave your comments below and share what made your summer so memorable.

Dr. Gary Langston on Dieting Part 2

Dr. Gary Langston on Dieting Part 2

September 1, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Dr. Gary Langston joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss dieting. He explains how a simple diet can result in great health.

Dr. Gary Langston on Dieting Part 1

Dr. Gary Langston on Dieting Part 1

September 1, 2006 by  
Filed under Breakaway

Dr. Gary Langston joins Dr. Gerry Fuller to discuss dieting. He explains how a simple diet can result in great health.