Rob Still is a wonderful friend and former neighbor of ours. He has a fabulous ministry of leading worship and singing and being a bright light to many. He has a wonderful blog at RobStill.com. We ask God’s blessing and healing for this dear man of God. You will not want to miss this Blog! Click below and READ! IT IS POWERFUL.View More Unfortunately, It’s Bad News
“Together” is the theme of our Easter series. The series runs from the first week following Easter to Pentecost Sunday. Each week we will study…View More Together, Living in a Christian Community – Chapter 1 – Together, We Enjoy a New Way of Living
Power and Wisdom are interesting words. Power can be used as a noun, verb or adjective. It can range in description from an act of…View More Power and Wisdom
Join Dr Richard Parrott as he shares an amazing story. A story that celebrates the amazing faithfulness of God with his people. It was…View More Twenty Centuries in Twenty Minutes
Can I Trust You? Col. 3:9-14 You know the pain of deception, betrayal, and broken promises. Join Dr. Parrott as he explains the practical, psychological,…View More Can I Trust You?
How do you explain a movement that has it’s origins in God, yet it lives out it’s practicalities on earth. The New Testament writers had…View More Four Images of the Church
Jesus is taking his disciples on a retreat. It was an opportunity to get away from the crowds because he had something most important to…View More JESUS IS KING
When we step into the upper room with Jesus as written in John 14 and he says; “Let not your hearts be troubled.” We have…View More The Mystery of Jesus (John 14:1-4)
When one thinks of Richard, the words that come to mind are: Well-read, articulate, extemporaneous, gentle, and passionate.
In talking one-on-one with him you’ll quickly discover his deep seated passion. His passion is helping others find their purpose in life. Their soul purpose. Uncorking that passion in front of an audience produces an internal “kaboom”. It’s pure chemistry when a very gifted, passionate public speaker interacts with an audience. Somehow, Richard doesn’t talk at you from the lectern but rather he engages you in a personal conversation. He can say more in 5 minutes than some do in an hour. Yes, he’s that good.
Someday, hopefully soon, TED or Willow Creek’s Global Leadership Summit will invite him to speak at their event. And when they do, all I want for Christmas, is a first row seat. Kaboom!View More To-Do or Not To-Do – Richard Leslie Parrott Ph.D.