Entries by Jenna Jordan

Fidgeting in Our Seats to Get to Clifton Rd.

A lot of us at Mercy Hill are extremely excited about the launch of the Clifton Rd. campus. We are excited about bringing the Gospel to one of the most lost areas in the state of North Carolina, and also to continue on in the mission of God as the Gospel not only saves us […]

712 Students: Jesus Has More for You Than Pizza

Life is hard. If you are a teenager or the parent of a teenager, I can’t begin to imagine the whirlwind that your life has spiraled into with the start of this school year. From sports teams practicing, to homework, to band practice, to club involvement, to having a social life, to not forgetting to […]

Where There Is No Light

Have you ever been in a place where there is no light? I’m not talking about going to sleep without your nightlight on or spending a few hours at home with no power. I’m talking about being in a place where there is total darkness. There’s a scene in the movie Shawshank Redemption where prisoner […]

Kingdom Advancement Among the Yanesha

The Yanesha—an indigenous group that speaks Yanesha and Spanish, who live in the jungle region of Peru. A huge spiritual awakening occurred among them when Wycliffe bible translators translated the New Testament into their language in 1970. During this time, a good amount of Yanesha people heard the Gospel; however, due to the influence of […]

The Insanity of God

“For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it?” -Luke 14:25-34  What does it cost to follow Christ? For Rav, it cost him his father holding his head down on a table with an axe in hand, saying to […]

Will Others Notice?

About a year ago, my wife and I decided to buy a home within the city of Greensboro. The home was custom built for the previous homeowners. So naturally, we appreciated some features of the house while other features made us scratch our heads to question what they had in mind. We have made progressive changes […]