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Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2015

In 2015, God confirmed His leading in the Middle Tennessee Initiative. We’ve seen so many great things happen. Station Hill moved into their new facility. Woodbine moved back into their sanctuary. Avenue South has connected at deep levels with their community, and West Franklin has gone to two worship services. Please review the 2015 Annual Report to the church. This report... continue reading


When Faith Comes Alive

When Faith Comes Alive

I enjoy looking at people’s beach vacation portraits. You know the ones with the whole family dressed in matching white and khaki outfits, standing together on the beach, smiling with their bronzed cheeks, bare feet, and tousled hair. There’s something profoundly different, though, between admiring someone else’s portrait and being the one standing on the beach, the... continue reading


Welcome Chris Brooks

Welcome Chris Brooks

We are excited to welcome Chris Brooks as the new Kairos Pastor.  As a gifted storyteller and natural teacher, Chris brings a contagious excitement for Scripture and disciple making. People are drawn to his bare-knuckle approach to life and ministry that both inspires and challenges. Chris earned his Masters of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School and is currently... continue reading


In Malachi, Jesus is the Son of Righteousness with Healing in His Wings

In Malachi, Jesus is the Son of Righteousness with Healing in His Wings

“But for you who fear My name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings…” (Malachi 4:2) Things hadn’t turned out the way the people had thought they would. The return to Jerusalem from Babylon’s captivity hadn’t been a joyous march of triumph but a slow slog of trying to rebuild a country too long... continue reading


In Habakkuk, Jesus is the Fulfillment of God’s Shocking Acts

In Habakkuk, Jesus is the Fulfillment of God’s Shocking Acts

“I will stand at my guard post and station myself on the lookout tower. I will watch to see what He will say to me and what I should reply about my complaint.” –Habakkuk 2:1 Poor Habakkuk. I mean, who in the world gives much attention to the tiny book that bears his name at the back of the Old Testament?... continue reading


In Obadiah, Jesus is our Savior

In Obadiah, Jesus is our Savior

Brothers are known for their love-hate relationships—their fighting against one another as well as fighting for one another. Then there's Jacob and Esau.  These brothers even fought in the womb. Jacob and Esau didn't just wrestle and make up. Jacob, "the deceiver," stole Esau's birthright. Now granted, Esau was hungry enough and dumb enough to give it up... continue reading