Entries by Jenna Jordan

Meet Mercy Hill’s New Campus Director, David McNees

Mercy Hill,  If you haven’t heard, along with our launching of the campus at Edgefield, we have named a new campus director for that campus, David McNees. Below is a blog from him asking us to consider being a part of the Edgefield launch team. Check it out! God has richly blessed us at Mercy […]

What Hawaii Five-O Taught Me about Family

Many of you have heard our tagline for the Weekender, “moving from connected to the crowd to committed to the family.” So, what do we mean by family? It is easy to say we are family, but what gives that meaning? As my wife and I look and fight for time to spend together, we […]

When Me-Monsters Invade Disney World

A few weeks ago my family was able to spend a week at Disney World, which is coined “The Most Magical Place on Earth.” It definitely exceeded my expectations; however, during our time there, something became increasingly evident. During the middle of the week we encountered two boys around ten years of age that decided […]

Together Initiative Overview

Hey Mercy Hill, There is a lot of excitement surrounding the Together Initiative. The possibilities of what God could do in the church, Triad, and world have started to stir hearts toward radical generosity, and we are praying for God to continue his grace among all of us at Mercy Hill so that there is […]

MH Students’ First Annual Encounter Weekend

Our Vision for MH Students is to see students from 5th – 12th grade CONNECT, GROW, & GO: to CONNECT with other students and leaders, to GROW in their understanding of the gospel and the direct application to their lives, and then to GO back out to take the good news of Jesus to their […]

Announcing Our New Series: Together

Mercy Hill, We are heading into a season for our church that has every reason to be one of those times on which we look back and see that God used this particular moment as a catalyst to do tremendous things for his kingdom. To mark this period, we are beginning a new sermon series […]

Signs of the Kingdom: Where You Can Serve our Community

In his sermon this past weekend, Andrew challenged us all by asking, “What (in our community) is God burdening your heart for?” He then went on to encourage us to chase that burden and use it to bring signs of the kingdom to the community. We want to provide you with some easy steps to […]

I Don’t Need Theology, I Just Need Jesus

We live in a time that has been about 400 years in the making. Soon after the Protestant Reformation, in the 1600’s, theology became very cold and intellectual. Debates became so heated and divisive that people were starving for that heartfelt religion of the past that would cause someone to write things from a heart […]