Headed to Atlanta to tour the historical sites of the McIntosh family. Captain John McIntosh came to the Georgia colony about 1742 to protect it from the Spanish in Florida. His son, William McIntosh, married a Native American princess named Senoya, of the Muscogee Creek Nation. The family lived there until 1828 when they moved to Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. Traveling with my son and grandson. Should be fun
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From May 7-18, 2018 I will be teaching a new doctor of ministry cohort on Growing and Multiplying Churches. If you know of anyone who may be interested in studying with me, please encourage them to apply at www.talbot.edu/DMin as soon as possible. -Gary McIntosh
Every church will not be a mega church, but every church should be a growing church. -Gary L. McIntosh
"He that prays within his house surrounds it with a wall that is stronger than iron." -Rabbinic Saying
Attending the Great Commission Research Network meetings at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, TX.
"Knowing one's strength is a good thing. Knowing one's weakness is a better thing. But, mistaking a weakness for a strength is perhaps the worst thing."
"Our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them." --Walt Disney
Speaking to assistant pastors today and tomorrow on Leading From the Second Chair. Rathane, Australia