Monthly Archives: June 2021


24
Jun 2021
Mission in the Community

This past Sunday, June 20, we voted to approve both our proposed operating budget and our new leadership slate for the upcoming church year. This coming Sunday, June 27, we will install our new leaders at the 10:45 AM service. Our final “Leadership and Character” class will be this Wednesday night, June 23, with Hunter Mobley at 6:30 PM in the chapel. Thank you once again to everybody who made a commitment to support Woodmont’s ministries for another year. On Sunday, I shared with you the words of one of my Princeton......

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17
Jun 2021
Governor Haslam Urges All Sides to Work for the Common Good

Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam is a rare breed in American politics. He is a moderate Republican willing to work with the other party to get things done for the common good. He is also a strong Christian who claims that his faith inspired him to first serve as Mayor of Knoxville and later as the Governor of Tennessee. He has just published an insightful new book titled “Faithful Presence: The Promise and Peril of Faith in the Public Square.” Just as Dwight Eisenhower warned of the “Military Industrial Complex” back in......

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07
Jun 2021
Summer Reading List

Clay Stauffer “Faithful Presence” by Bill Haslam “Morality” by Jonathan Sacks “Emotionally Healthy Discipleship” by Peter Scazzero “The Vanishing American Adult” by Ben Sasse “Post Corona” by Scott Galloway   Farrell Mason “Keep Moving, Notes on Loss, Creativity, and Change” by Maggie Smith “Hamnet” by Maggie O’Farrell “The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse” by Charles Mackesy “When the Heart Waits” by Sue Monk Kidd “The Girl with the Louding Voice” by Abi Dare   Roy Stauffer “The Bible With and Without Jesus” by A.J. Levine “A Burning in My......

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