Michael Jr. views laughter as the “tangible evidence of hope.” It’s this unique perspective on comedy that sets him apart from his colleagues and allows him to be just as comfortable appearing on late night television as he is in juvenile halls and homeless shelters. Michael calls it comedy accountability.
Come see Michael Jr. at St. Peter's on Friday, April 24, 7pm.
This is a FREE concert open to the whole community!
To catch a glimpse of Michael's comedy, go to michaeljr.com/videos
Relationships: Connections & on-ramps for individuals & churches to live out their calling from the community of leaders
Communication: A clearinghouse for the information of the needs and initiatives across Winston-Salem
Coordination: Understanding how local churches and Christian organizations are working towards the flourishing of our city, coordinating for maximum use of resources and collaborating for deepest impact and loudest witness
Best Practices: A forum through which to glean learnings from the stories of what God is doing across the city
Catalytic Events: The infrastructure to leverage the synergy of working collaboratively when needed
Awareness and engagement over ignorance and isolation
Community development over betterment
Ongoing relational ministry over seasonal projects
Organic over bureaucratic
Unity of purpose over individual agendas
Balance the strength of both city wide partnerships & individual church agendas
Come Alive Prayer Video
This year's prayer breakfast will be Tuesday, May 5, 7am, at the Benton Convention Center. This video was originally shown in 2014, at the First Annual Community Prayer Breakfast hosted by Love Out Loud, the New Canaan Society and the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina.
Christmas for the City 2013...and 2014
Check out highlights from CFTC 2013 and hear some of what's in store for 2014: Friday, Dec 19, 2014!