Bellwether Blog

John Hugh Tate, Pastor of Bellwether Church in Jackson, MS, blogs about current series.

Come Home

Bellwether Church
Thursday, August 22, 2013
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Home. It means so many things to so many. Perhaps it's where we grew up. Perhaps it's where we are now. Perhaps it's a place we long for. Perhaps it's a place we long to forget. Read More

The Good Life

Bellwether Church
Thursday, February 28, 2013
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Why do most people go to church? Read More

All We Need is a Miracle

Bellwether Church
Friday, February 22, 2013
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We hear, and throw around, the “M” word a lot. We say: ”It’s a miracle!” Many sports fans do – whether it’s the 1980 U.S. hockey team vs. Russia, the Miracle Mets of 1969, or any other under-dog/back against the wall team that overachieves. Read More

Healing is in His Hands

Bellwether Church
Friday, February 08, 2013
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Do you need healing? Do you pray for someone to be healed?

Have your prayers been answered or unanswered?

Some of our biggest needs, and our biggest prayers, go for God to bring healing. To heal someone of cancer, of chronic pain, of an emotional burden, a relationship to be reconciled. Read More

One Big Happy Family

Bellwether Church
Friday, December 07, 2012
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Christmastime is here.

Happiness & cheer. Fun for all, the children call, their favorite time of year.

Yet not for all. To many this is the loneliest time of year. To others of us, this is the time we’re forced to put on a smiling fare with the family members we find it hard to love. The guy you can’t believe your sister married. The cousin who still hasn’t got his life together. The dad who checked out years ago. The son who doesn’t even let you know he’ll be there for Christmas. Of just simply, the in-laws. Read More

Money, Sex, Life, & Race

Bellwether Church
Thursday, November 08, 2012
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How do you know someone is a Christian? What are the distinguishing marks of a Christian believer?

In 160 AD, someone wrote a letter to a person named Diognetus, who had been a disciple of John the Apostle. In this letter the writer described Christians as: Read More

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