All posts by: bknight@bellwetherchurch.org

Church Planting, Community Development, Adult Training, & Justice Initiatives in India Justice begins with seeing people who are unseen. India came to Jackson, MS this past Sunday, Sept 8, 2019 with two women unafraid to do the Lord’s work in...
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You only need 3 truths! My family is headed into a new season of life with our children. Parkman graduating, Buckley returning from therapeutic boarding school (after 1.5 years), adjusting family dynamics with Win and Emi Story, and starting a...
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We have many places for you to connect to Christ this summer.  Email Linda Tate at lindatate2@me.com  “Women’s Evening Gathering”,  “Summer Bible Study”, “Restoration Workshop”, & “Moms with Little Ones” for more info. Women’s Evening Gatherings Join us for a life-giving night...
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Positive changes are being made at Bellwether as part of our Grow 3 Campaign! Scroll below to see pictures of the progress being made to the nursery/children’s area, the parking lot/grounds, as well as plans for future growth at Bellwether....
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Bellwether Community Church’s G3 Mission This Next Season, 2018 to 2025 – Our Vision: Raising Unlikely Leaders Who See Love Goo OurValues § See a Big God – Romans 8:28, 37-39§ Love the Other Person – John 10:16§ Go to the World – Acts 1:8 –  God’s Work in Our...
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Do you ever feel as though you’re accepted but don’t belong somewhere? Like people know your name but they don’t actually know who you are?  When we meet someone, what’s the first things we say or ask? What’s your name?What do...
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Do you trust that God is sovereign in your life? I knew today was going to be challenging. That’s why when I was praying with my kids in the carpool drop off line, I gave an extra sincere plea for God...
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The body of Christ is a family. And with all the positive things that come with having a family (love, support, fellowship, etc) there can also be some negative things. I read a poem this morning and a thought jumped...
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  I find myself in a reflective mood, knowing that I am entering the twilight of my time on earth. To some of you that might sound sad or depressing, but it is quite the opposite in my mind. I...
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Jackson, Mississippi. For many of y’all the city of Jackson or the state of Mississippi has been called home for many years. There may be an ease of comfort, family and belonging here. For me, calling Jackson “home” has just...
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