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Rick's Sabbatical 2017: Story 3

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Posted by Rick Carpenter on

“Family – You Can’t Pick’em”  (July 1 – 15)  Our first venture away in Sabbatical 2017 was a visit to Kay’s family in Louisville, Kentucky, with a quick trip to Bee Spring for Kay’s dad’s family reunion. I mentioned then that...

Rick's Sabbatical 2017: Story 2

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Posted by Rick Carpenter on

"Sidetracked?" (June 16 – 30) After a visit with Kay's parents in Louisville, Kentucky, I had decided I'd better make room for my mom. So the plan was to drive to Dothan, Alabama, and spend a week or so with my mother, while at the same time, finding lots of peace and quiet for reflection...

Rick's Sabbatical 2017: Story 1

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Posted by Rick Carpenter on

“In the Beginning . . .”  (June 1 – 15) It was on a Thursday, June 1 in fact, that I began Sabbatical 2017.  And it was on Friday the next day that I sat in the dental chair for 3 hours while the doc re-treated a previous root canal, an experience not unlike the...

Rick's Sabbatical

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Posted by David Mobley on

Rick Carpenter’s passion about spiritual formation is known by most of us as he coordinates our apprentice groups each Spring. His love for his family is also no surprise. So how fitting that he is taking the opportunity for both during his sabbatical this summer. He began his time away...

Student Apprentice Groups

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Renovating Your Space: Student Apprentice Groups  Building on the Vision theme, high school students read Renovation of the Heart by Dallas Willard. We can do lots of good things and put paint on the house, but when we get inside and rip out walls and pull down the sheetrock, that’s...

Executive Director’s Report, Spring 2017

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Posted by David Mobley on

Most of our kids’ informative years were spent running the hallways of UBC. Sometimes they were a little too comfortable and there are lots of Mobley kid stories to go around. Staci celebrated her birthday on multiple Sundays until Chris Haynes let her know that wasn’t how birthdays...

Senior Pastor’s Report, Spring 2017

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Posted by Steve Laufer on

I’m sitting in my front office as I write this article and as I look around, I wonder how much a stranger could discern about me based on my office décor. There’s certainly an eclectic mix of items: lots of books, records, art, photos, diplomas, coffee mugs, a few folding...