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Jul 2 14

Hiding Behind a Veil (Part 2)

by Michael Catt

(Read Part 1 here.)

No matter what attire you wear to church—t-shirts, jeans, dresses, or neckties—veils are always in style. In fact, we can wear them so long that we don’t know where the hypocrisy ends and the authenticity begins. Our pretense is justified and perpetuated. Here are some of the most common veils I’ve seen. read more…

Jun 30 14

Hiding Behind a Veil (Part 1)

by Michael Catt

When we think of veils, we often imagine a bride walking down the aisle with a veil over her face or the image of a Muslim woman who, because of her religion, wears one to cover her face. But the reality is that the majority of people who will attend church this Sunday will do so in a veil. Not a physical covering—those are obvious. I’m talking about the spiritual veils, facades, masks, and cover-ups people use to disguise their true identity. read more…

Mar 17 14

Worship Week

by Stephanie Bennett


I’ll be speaking at LifeWay’s Worship Week in July,
along with our Worship Pastor, Mark Willard.

Other guests include Mike Harland, Mike Speck,
Shannon Wexelberg, Terry Williams, and Shelly Johnson.

Find more info and register here!

Feb 10 14

God Is More Willing to Send Revival Than We Are to Receive It

by Michael Catt

Some might think that revival is something we work up. It’s a conference we call ReFRESH®. In reality, revival is not something that comes from organizing; it comes through agonizing. There is no revival without prayer.

If we relegate prayer to a secondary matter, we will not have power or the blessings of God. Are we, as God’s people, preparing for rain? Are we looking for showers of blessing or are we content with what God has done in the past? Are we climbing or coasting? Will we see an outpouring of the Spirit in our lifetime that floods our hearts or will be we satisfied with just a few more mercy drops? read more…

Feb 7 14

The Essence of ReFRESH

by Michael Catt

We are now in our tenth year of ReFRESH® conferences. We’ve held them in the Ozarks, Smokies, Richmond (IMB staff), and Albany at Sherwood. Each conference is unique. God seems to always bring the people who need to be there. No conference is like another one. The settings, those attending, the wind of the Spirit, and the flow of the sessions differs from conference to conference. In leading over 20 of these, each one stands alone. read more…