Entries by Jenna Jordan

MH College V-Day Advice Column: Single and Ready to Mingle?

Ask Pastor Jon (Sheets) College Men, Do you remember when we were kids and we had dreams? We wanted to be astronauts, policemen, firefighters, or Power Rangers. (That last one might have just been me.) Where did that ambition go? Many times, we as men are tempted to take the path of least resistance—“Which opportunity […]

How’s Your Marriage Doing? Check-up with These Resources

Two weeks ago, Pastor Andrew mentioned several situations that you might find yourself in terms of marriage. No matter what you and your spouse are going through, God wants you to fight will all you have to keep your marriage together and healthy. It is a microcosm of the gospel to the world when your […]

A Champion Truer Than the Eagles

Well, most of the world got their wish on Sunday night as the Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52. That being said, there probably wasn’t anyone in Greensboro happier than Mercy Hill pastor and Philly native, Jeremy Dager. However, as another football season has come to an end, I can’t help but think […]

4 Things Concerning Communion

The following post is an abridged blog from one of Mercy Hill’s launch team members, Barry Evans. For the full blog, check out the original posting here. At this week’s worship services of Mercy Hill Church, we will be observing one of the most unique and important practices of the church—communion (or the Lord’s Supper). […]

Your Kids Need You to Go

Two years ago I hopped on an airplane with a dozen 5th and 6th graders and their parents and headed to Russel Island, Bahamas to minister to the Haitian refugees there. This was not my first mission trip, but this was the first time I had left my whole family behind—my husband and my four […]

Two Years, One City

In its simplest, God’s mission entails being called and calling others. When I reflect on the two summers spent in New York with City Project, these weeks represent 1) God calling me into his mission and 2) him sending me out to call others. “And the Lord said to him, ‘Go, return on your way to the wilderness […]

“When Should I Get Baptized?”

During the services that we held on December 14th and 17th, Pastor Andrew mentioned that there is a lot of debate on when baptism should be done in the life of the believer, but the testimony of the New Testament is that believers were baptized as soon as they came to belief. Let’s look at […]

“God Hand-picked This Group for Us”

GroupLink is your way to join a Community Group at Mercy Hill. We believe that discipleship happens in community, and for that reason, it is essential for every person at Mercy Hill to make joining a Community Group a priority. Below is a perfect example of how GroupLink (and life in community) has blessed the […]

Gospel Goodbyes

One of the costs of being a church committed to multiplying disciples and sending people to start new groups, campuses, and churches is saying goodbye again and again. The local church is a community where members share in both the triumphs and disappointments of life (Romans 12:15). Together we bare our souls, carry one another’s […]

UNITED As Told by Millennials for Millennials

Year after year fads, trends, and slang come and go. We all remember phrases like “rad” and apps like Vine * insert moment of silence*. 2017 had some words and expressions from V (short for very) to salty. Whether you are from the north or south, city or country, if you are a millennial like […]