The 2013 Chaplains Roundtables were more than I could have hoped for. The Lord challenged us and met us in such a wonderful way. If you were unable to be with us this year, be sure and watch the videos....you too will have a renewed passion for ministry and service. Oh...and be on the lookout for information about the 2014 events! ~Bill Houston
"A God Size Vision" - Video From Indy
Stop by the Event Media page to view the talks given by Jimmy Page, Steve Sisco, Dr. Charles Ware, and Dr. James Jackson at the 2013 Indianapolis Roundtable.
Keep watching for video from the Lansing roundtable, coming soon! We heard from Dan Kregel, Tim Hiller, and former Detroit Lions Kicker, Jason Hansen. They all speaking on "Three Elements of a God Size Vision." If you were unable to attend, or would just like to see them again, visit the Event Media page!
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A Great Day in Indy!
The 2013 Indianapolis Chaplains Roundtable was one for the ages! It was a tremendous day of fellowship and challenge from God's Word. Steve Sisco of the Cincinnati Reds began the day followed by Indiana Pacers Chaplain, Dr James Jackson...and we wrapped up the day with Dr Charles Ware, president of Crossroads Bible College. If you were not able to attend, please stay tuned for the videos very soon!
There is still time to register for the Lansing Roundtable on December 3! We expect another great day of fellowship and seeing Christ lifted up in people's lives! Our speakers for the day will be Jason Hanson-Former Kicker with Detroit Lions...Tim Hiller-Former QB at Western Michigan & Indy Colts QB and Dan Kregel-Executive Director for West Michigan Youth for Christ. Admission is free, and the recommended cost to cover lunch is $15.00. REGISTER TODAY!
Tongue-Tied - By Tom Carter
When our first child was about to be born and I was preparing to go into the delivery room to be with my wife, the doctor stopped me and told me there were complications and I needed to tell him which to try and save – my wife or baby! I asked for a room where I could be alone and pray and all I could get out at first was “help, God!” I can’t tell you how many times I prayed that but the doctor finally asked me again, “Which one should I try to save?” I think I could say that I was “tongue-tied”.
I have had the privilege of talking with people about many different subjects, prayer being one of those. One of the topics is that of “hindrances”in my prayer life such as “unworthiness”. I think I can safely say that many of us have experienced that in our own lives. Read more...
Is Your "Prayer Grammar" Correct? - By Tom Carter
I don’t know if you have ever had the privilege of listening to a small child, or an adult that has just come to a new life in Christ, pray. For me it is just a “breath of fresh air” or a great reminder that I am a son or daughter of THE KING! I can stop and talk with my true Father at any time or place. Read More...
Is there“fluency” to your prayer life? - By Tom Carter
“The paradox of prayer is that it asks for a serious effort while it can only be received as a gift. We cannot plan, organize or manipulate God; but without a careful discipline, we cannot receive him either.” ~Henri Nouwen
In October I will turn 69 years young! That statement just made me start thinking all the way back to my childhood. Memories started to flood my mind. What memories would come to your mind? One of mine was that I cannot remember a time without prayer.
As I grew older I remember that at times prayer made little sense to me. Read More...
INTIMIDATION - By Roger Lipe
Who was the most intimidating opponent you ever faced in competition? How did you perceive yourself in comparison with his/her abilities and stature? Did your opponent see you in that same light? Today’s scripture tells a similar story. Read More...
Prayer: Bold Persistence – Ask, Seek, Knock
“Persistent prayer keeps bringing God and me together – changes me by helping me see the world, and my life, through God’s eyes – prayer is not a monologue but a true dialogue – my own desires and plans gradually harmonize with God’s.” ~Philip Yancey
Chapel Talk - Dug In
Chapel Talk for July comes from Atlanta Falcons chaplain, Jason Webster
Growing up I played little league football. I had the title of being the fastest on the team. There was one day when a new kid joined the team and he was said to be very fast, according to some of my teammates. At the end of practice was a time for conditioning. We would run a certain distance turn around and run back. Well, everybody wanted to see if this new kid could beat me running. After practice, we got on the starting line, the coach blew the whistle for the command to go and I slipped! The new kid beat me. But that's not the end of the story. Read More...
Prayer: Does it Change God? - By Tom Carter
It comes as no surprise when we are asked, “Why pray – does it really change God or anything about our circumstances?” “I the Lord do not change” (Malachi 3:6). “My heart is changed within me; all my compassion is aroused” (Hosea 11:8). What is your answer to this question? Read More...
Chapel Talk - Passionately Pursuing Prayer
Chapel Talk for June comes from DeVon McDonald, President of SportsWorld.
As we go about to do God's work let's not forget the most important thing we can do and that is to communicate with God in prayer. We have all experienced praying to God and receiving the blessing. However we all can identify with praying to God and it seems like God has turned his back on us. What do you do in such a case? Read More...
The Zeller Family: A Mark of DistinXion - by Tom Rust
Later this year, the Zeller family of Washington, Indiana will be in a unique situation. All three of the sons of Steve and Lori Zeller will most likely be playing professional basketball in the NBA.
Luke is the oldest, having played four years at Notre Dame. Since graduating in 2009, he has played for a number of teams both in the United States and overseas. This past year, he spent some time as a member of the Phoenix Suns, and will no doubt be on an NBA roster in the fall. Tyler followed his brother at Washington High School, then went on to have a fine career with the University of North Carolina. This past year, he played his rookie season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cody has just finished a two year stint with Indiana University, and is projected to be a high draft choice when the NBA draft is conducted in June. Read the rest of the story