Posts by Wade Langer

Pastor’s eNote

Greetings! Just a quick reminder that this Sunday, we’ll be gathering for our final Sunday night Living Room Worship Session at Adam and Karly Downs’ home (5496 Park Ave. Tuscaloosa, AL 35406). In addition to talking about Acts 28, we’ll be talking about the summer, as well as our experience of the month of prayer. I hope you’ll join us as we share…

Pastor’s eNote 7/8/16

Greetings from Kentucky, This week we have seen saddening news reports, maddening events, and divisive responses. I do not have any words to say that will calm, alleviate, or dispel the anxieties many feel right now. I can only admit that I am naive and am at a loss for words. However, Church, I do wish to encourage you. We always say that…

July: A Month of Prayer and Fasting

Greetings! As you may recall, I leave for Kentucky to continue my education at Asbury Theological Seminary this week. During that time, I will be doing research and refining my skills as both a communicator and a leader. I will also be spending time praying and reflecting on our church, and I would like to invite you to do the same For…

Pastor’s eNote : Where We’re Worshipping Sunday + A Video

Hey folks, Just a reminder that this Sunday, we’ll be worshipping in Morgan and Kathy Morrow’s home. As always, we’ll share dinner at 5, and worship around 5:30pm. For their address, as well as the full schedule of Sunday night home-worship services, head over to this page. I am particularly excited about this Sunday as we’ll be exploring two ideas: the importance of…

Pastor’s eNote : A Short and Sweet Reminder

This weekend, we have two opportunities to be together. One in mission to a part of our city in need, the other in worship. First, we have been invited to help with the Crestmont Elementary cleanup. It will take place Sunday morning, and since we don’t have worship, it might be a convenient time. If you are interested, please contact me (wade@thebeliefexperiment.org…

Homeward Bound: Making Church Great Again This Summer

Greetings, Church! Several weeks ago, I heard the phrase, “We just have to make it through summer.” Though the intentions of the speaker were positive, I began to ask a question: “How can we do more than just ‘make it’ this summer?” I feel like we now have a pretty exciting solution, one that will make worship more meaningful, relationships deeper, and our…

And March’s Mission Focus Is…

Hey folks! Each month, our congregation gives to, serves in, and prays for a different mission opportunity.  In January, we provided Temporary Emergency Services with over a hundred coats and sweater. In February, we sent volunteers to a prison through Kairos ministry, equipping them with prayer, funds for meals, and placemats with encouraging notes created by our kids.  We also gave funds to the…

Pastor’s eNote: February’s Mission Theme Is…

You guys are awesome. Last month, you gave over 130 articles of clothing to Tuscaloosa Emergency Services, providing warmth and charity to people in our community.  As your pastor, I am so amazingly proud of you! Now, as we look ahead to this month, I remind you that our theme is SENDING. We have a couple new opportunities to help send people into the mission field…

Pastor’s eNote : Final Day to Give to TES

Happy Friday, everyone! You probably know that our mission focus in January has been on Giving to Temporary Emergency Services, and it’s been a crazy success. We have already given over 100 items of clothing!! How cool is that? And we still have one more week to give! If you haven’t been able to give just yet, raid your closet before church Sunday and bring what…

Pastor’s eNote: Helping Others Stay Warm

With the impending winter blast and potential snow, I took the first half of our church’s warm clothing donation to Temporary Emergency Services this week. As I pulled bag after bag out of my car, I was blown away. After only 2 weeks, your generosity has preduced over 60 clothing items to help people in need weather the storm. It’s amazing to see…