Passing The Torch

by David Price In Matthew 16, Jesus says that He will build His Church and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it. For a pastor, those are extremely comforting words! Certainly the part of not being overcome by the forces of evil, but also the part about Jesus…

Inner Essence of Worship

by Jared Most As I take over this new position of Worship Leader of The Gathering, I realize I am ill-equipped to know exactly what Christ is going to do in His Church through our worship ministry and my heart’s desire is to surrender my own plans and ideas to…

A Decade of Lessons Learned

https://vimeo.com/194386438 A Decade of Lessons Learned by David Price December 4, 2016 I walked into The Gathering for the very first time, excited with anticipation and hopeful for the future, but having little idea of what I was really walking into.  Of course, then it was Memorial Baptist Church, a…

Worshiping Your Way Out Of Despair

by Jacob Price Have you ever just been so frustrated or that you just want to hide in the corner and cry? Maybe not even to that extreme, maybe it's where you just aren't feeling God; you need a break. You aren't alone because I am willing to bet that…

The Work of Resting Priorities

by Ricky Loach Luke 10:38-42 English Standard Version (ESV) Martha and Mary 38 Now as they went on their way, Jesus[a] entered a village. And a woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. 39 And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord's feet and listened…

Introducing the Holman Christian Standard Bible

by David Price I usually don’t have a problem with change. If something isn’t right, I’m almost always open (if not leading the charge) towards finding a better method. When something is broken, it’s a no-brainer. Find a solution and fix it. The greater challenge is when something isn’t necessarily…

Time For A New Song

By: Ian Gilliam A New Year is upon us. Many of us have set new goals to eat healthier, improve our education, exercise more or even find a new job. There is something appealing about resetting the calendar to 1/1 that makes us aware of changes we would like to…