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Just Now Church - there are so many different types and expressions out there, but what exactly IS it? Pastor Josh Walters tackles that question this. Pastor Josh Walters teaches us how we can learn to show grace to others by following Jesus' example. 06/03/2019. When we go above and beyond what's necessary. The mission:Seacoast Church is committed to equipping the next generation of leaders and investing in their future. Pastor Josh Walters 09282014.

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Crystal Lynn Glover and Seth Chandler Goldwire

Wedding Info

May 30, 2015
Charles Towne Landing
Charleston, South Carolina

Crystal Lynn's Parents

Reverend Samuel and Dr. Saundra Glover

Seth Chandler's Parents

Drs. Franklin and Cheryl Goldwire

Crystal Lynn's Attendants

Mrs. TiffanyMrs. Tiffany Bush of Denver, CO was maid of honor. Matron of honor was Mrs. Vikki Sheppard

M. of honor

Miss Maya Greene, Ms. Cecelia Leon, Ms. Angela Mallen, Ms. Mary Ann Stisher, and Ms. Caroline Taylor

Bridesmaids

Seth Chandler's Attendants

Dr. Franklin Goldwire, and Mr. Lynon Jefferson

Best man

Mr. Jared Glover, Mr. Courtney Goldwire, Mr. Clint Larkins, Mr. Junior Salters, Mr. Aaron Scott, and Mr. Jay Wagner

Groomsmen

Location of Wedding:

Crystal Lynn Glover of Mt. Pleasant, SC and Seth Chandler Goldwire of Charleston, SC were married on May 30, 2015, at Charles Towne Landing. Pastor Josh Walters, Seacoast Church, Mt. Pleasant, SC, performed the five o’clock ceremony, and a reception followed at Founders Hall. The bride is the daughter of Reverend Samuel and Dr. Saundra Glover of Orangeburg, SC. She earned a B.S. from The College of Charleston and an M.H.A. from The University of South Carolina – Columbia. She is a Physician Practice Manager for Roper St. Francis Physician Partners. The groom is the son of Drs. Franklin and Cheryl Goldwire of Guyton, GA. He earned a B.S. from Wofford College and an M.H.A. from The Medical University of South Carolina. He is a Quality Project Specialist with Roper St. Francis.
A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom’s parents, was held at the Thomas Bennett House on May 29th. The couple is residing in Mt. Pleasant, SC.

Источник: http://www.charlestonscbrides.com/main/wedding.html?ID=16446


Today, I’m thrilled to feature a Guest Post by someone who holds two precious roles in my life: 

Katie Walters is my oldest daughter and she is also our Campus Pastor’s (Josh Walters) wife. 

Katie is on staff at Seacoast Church as Director of the Encouragers Ministry.  With all this going on, some of you might be surprised to find out that Katie is also the momma of 5 precious ones under the age of 10!  But I’m not surprised.  

Katie has always been a Nurturer, Leader, Lover of People and since about age 19 – Lover of Jesus.  Over the past month though, I’ve watched her struggle with finding her Christmas Joy and asked her to share with us here…

I had an interesting thing happen to me this year on Nov. 1st.   I drove up to Starbucks, went through the drive-through and they handed me my Grande coffee. (Now I know most of you are thinking Katie you do that every day…multiple times a day some days…that is not interesting…true, true, but 5 kids remember NO judgment!)

On this day they handed me my coffee in the Red Christmas cup! I immediately remembered that same moment from last year and how excited it made me for the season ahead. However, this time I had a different response.

My thoughts were flooded with, “Oh No! Not yet! I’m not ready for Christmas!”

ARGGH!!! Who am I?  I Love Christmas!!! This was the same Starbucks, relatively same circumstances, but totally different response. It took me a couple of days to process it but I kept this nagging feeling that I had lost my Christmas groove. I was asking myself, why Katie Scrooge all of a sudden? What is going on inside of me that I am not looking forward to celebrating His birth?

This moment has helped me in my time with the Lord preparing and planning for this season. Throughout the entire month of November I got honest with God and myself and even told a couple close people about this little funk I was in.  With a sincere, honest heart I began to ask him for Hope, Peace, Love and Joy as I wait celebrating His birth and His coming.

I counted all my blessings during the month of November, #sistersgivethanks, I attended the Advent workshop, went to Mepkin Abbey to look at nativity scenes, listened to Bebo Norman Holiday music, I did all the things.  I still found myself telling my mom and sis at thanksgiving that I couldn’t find my Christmas Joy.

This morning, He found me.

I went to my same spot, to do my same reading, but this time there was a different response. He reminded me again that the next 25 days of Advent are not just about anticipation but about a declaration that we need a Savior. We rejoice in His coming because we need Him for all things, including Rejoicing.  This month the sisterhood theme is Choose Joy and I can’t imagine a more perfect one for my little heart.

Sister friends, He knew the insides of us. He knew and He came. He will enable us to choose Joy this month and every day that follows.

Why are you cast down, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me? Hope in God, for I shall again praise him, my salvation and my God.”

~Katie

  #sisterschoosejoy

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Seacoast Church

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Seacoast Church is a multi-site church that exists to help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose and make a difference. seacoast.org

Seacoast Church started in 1988 with 65 people and over the years has grown into a diverse community of people who come together to worship God and experience His power and presence through worship and a Biblical message each week. We are passionate about sharing Christ's love through our actions and caring for one another and positively impacting our communities; in doing this, we are seeing lives being transformed daily. We want yours to be one of them. As one church in many locations, we are committed to helping you and others become fully devoted followers of Christ. We hope you will join us on the journey!

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Monday:09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Tuesday:09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Wednesday:09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Thursday:09:00 am - 04:00 pm
Sunday:10:00 am - 11:15 am

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10/06/2019

This weekend, Seacoast is celebrating Father’s Day! Share a photo of a special dad in your life and you may see it featured this weekend!

05/06/2019

Welcome to First Wednesday!

05/06/2019

Do you feel physically, emotionally, or spiritually tired? Our culture demands our time and energy 24-7, but that doesn't mean we have to give in. Pastor Greg Surratt explains why rest is so important, and teaches us how to make space for it in our busy lives.

30/05/2019

"The church is the gateway to an encounter with God." —Joe Champion God doesn't hide from us. He has placed gateways to find him and connect with him all around our communities...they are called churches. Pastor Joe Champion explains how God connects with us through the local church.

24/05/2019

// All Things New // We can't wait for BAPTISM Sunday this weekend! If you: a. Have never been baptized, but are thinking about it b. Have questions about baptism c. Have recently made a decision to follow Christ We'd love to connect with you! Contact our Campus Pastor at [email protected] or send us a DM! Let's celebrate that Jesus makes all things new this Sunday!

21/05/2019

"Culture tends to shape us most deeply by what it presents as normal." —Jon Hohm We live in a culture, but we rarely think about the effect it has on us. Pastor Jon Hohm challenges us with the question: "Is culture shaping your understanding of faith or is your faith shaping your understanding of culture?"

14/05/2019

“God is the God of the fat chance, the no chance, the slim chance, and the thousandth chance.” —Katie Walters __ How do we become a people of joy? Katie Walters shows us three theological truths that we can learn from, and teaches us three ways that we can act in joy in our every day lives.

07/05/2019

“Oftentimes we view restoration in relationships as an ideal worth pursuing but not a command worth obeying.” -Pastor Josh Walters Have you settled for the “good enough” zone in your relationships? God is inviting us to do the hard work to restore our relationships so that we might experience heaven on earth, God might be glorified, and people might be reached.

30/04/2019

What is the negative label that follows your name? Whether it's a label that you have believed or that others have said about you, God has a better thought about you. Pastor Josh Surratt shares three thoughts that will set you free from the labels that have held you down and restore your identity to the way that God sees you. __ If you are hurting or struggling with addiction or suicidal thoughts, please contact us at 843-737-6248.

09/04/2019

Are you feeling tired and burnt out? Dr. Dave Smith, Senior pastor at KingsGate Community Church in the UK, shares an encouraging word on how God lovingly cared for Elijah when he was burnt out, and how he wants to do the same for you.

02/04/2019

"God builds the minister before he builds the ministry." To build us into missionaries, God must first expose some things that are keeping us from sharing the Good News with others. Pastor Darrin Patrick shares the story of Jonah, and the ways that God exposed him so that the city of Ninevah could be saved.

26/03/2019

When we come together on the weekends, we want to experience the power and presence of God. One of the ways that we do that is through our response time at the end of each service. Pastor Greg shares the history behind response time, one of the most important revelations that God has given Seacoast in its 31 years.

19/03/2019

Tope Koleoso of Jubilee Church in London shares a timely and passionate word on what it means to be a “watchman”.

15/03/2019

“What’s going on at Seacoast?” Pastor Greg answers that and several other commonly asked questions here:

12/03/2019

“If people are going to experience grace through us, we have to be willing to see beyond their circumstances.” -Josh Walters How would your family, workplace, or community change if they experienced grace when they encountered you? Pastor Josh Walters teaches us how we can learn to show grace to others by following Jesus' example.

06/03/2019

When we go above and beyond what's necessary, we often find ourselves being used as part of God’s story. Pastor Josh Surratt teaches us what the Bible says about going the extra mile, and how it can change our lives.

26/02/2019

On a scale of 1-10, how content are you? Pastor Darrin Patrick shows us what the Bible says about how to have true joy and contentment that is not based on our circumstances.

23/02/2019

We walk for water so others don’t have to. _____ Walk for Water - Saturday, March 30 - Riverfront Park, North Charleston. Learn more at charlestonwalk.org

21/02/2019

This story will give you goosebumps! If you want to be a part of giving this experience to a deserving young lady, go to cinderelladaycharleston.com. There is still a need for veggie and fruit trays, and for volunteers to help with setup and tear down.

19/02/2019

We have seen and experienced a lot of incredible miracles around here at Seacoast lately, but the miracle that Jesus is most concerned with is the miracle that changes our eternity: the miracle of salvation. Reaching people with the good news of Jesus is why Seacoast was started over 30 years ago, and as we move into this new season in our church, Pastor Josh Walters reminds us of that calling and shares four ways that we can continue to reach people.

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All Campus First Wednesday - LIVE

Welcome to First Wednesday!

How To Rest Well

Do you feel physically, emotionally, or spiritually tired? Our culture demands our time and energy 24-7, but that doesn't mean we have to give in. Pastor Greg Surratt explains why rest is so important, and teaches us how to make space for it in our busy lives.

Gateways - Joe Champion

"The church is the gateway to an encounter with God." —Joe Champion God doesn't hide from us. He has placed gateways to find him and connect with him all around our communities...they are called churches. Pastor Joe Champion explains how God connects with us through the local church.

Defining Moments - Jon Hohm

"Culture tends to shape us most deeply by what it presents as normal." —Jon Hohm We live in a culture, but we rarely think about the effect it has on us. Pastor Jon Hohm challenges us with the question: "Is culture shaping your understanding of faith or is your faith shaping your understanding of culture?"

If Mama Ain't Happy... (How To Be Full Of Joy)

“God is the God of the fat chance, the no chance, the slim chance, and the thousandth chance.” —Katie Walters __ How do we become a people of joy? Katie Walters shows us three theological truths that we can learn from, and teaches us three ways that we can act in joy in our every day lives.

Restoring Relationships

“Oftentimes we view restoration in relationships as an ideal worth pursuing but not a command worth obeying.” -Pastor Josh Walters Have you settled for the “good enough” zone in your relationships? God is inviting us to do the hard work to restore our relationships so that we might experience heaven on earth, God might be glorified, and people might be reached.

Restoration: Your Past Is Not Your Future - Restoring Identity

What is the negative label that follows your name? Whether it's a label that you have believed or that others have said about you, God has a better thought about you. Pastor Josh Surratt shares three thoughts that will set you free from the labels that have held you down and restore your identity to the way that God sees you. __ If you are hurting or struggling with addiction or suicidal thoughts, please contact us at 843-737-6248.

God's Replenishment Plan

Are you feeling tired and burnt out? Dr. Dave Smith, Senior pastor at KingsGate Community Church in the UK, shares an encouraging word on how God lovingly cared for Elijah when he was burnt out, and how he wants to do the same for you.

How God Exposes a Missionary

"God builds the minister before he builds the ministry." To build us into missionaries, God must first expose some things that are keeping us from sharing the Good News with others. Pastor Darrin Patrick shares the story of Jonah, and the ways that God exposed him so that the city of Ninevah could be saved.

Re-digging The Wells of Worship

When we come together on the weekends, we want to experience the power and presence of God. One of the ways that we do that is through our response time at the end of each service. Pastor Greg shares the history behind response time, one of the most important revelations that God has given Seacoast in its 31 years.

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After a mission trip to Togo in July 2015, Katie Walters returned home feeling uneasy. She wanted to help people in the African country she’d just visited...but how? The answer finally came in a dream: she’d start a clothing line centered around the beautiful wax prints she’d seen in every village, and she’d name it after a pastor, Francis Avoyi, and his wife, Benedict, she had befriended in Togo. Less than two years later, Francis + Benedict is a nonprofit employing seven widows who work from the Avoyis’ home producing vibrantly patterned skirts—from maxis to minis—sold in the United States. Walters gives us the lowdown on how she’s harnessed American shoppers’ affluence and influence to provide Togolese women with fair wages and sustainable incomes.

Francis + Benedict’s skirts, including “The Cobalt” and “The Gatsby,” are handmade in Africa.

CM: Tell us about your background in fashion.
KW:
I worked at modeling agencies and in retail through high school and college, but then became a counselor, first in schools and now at Seacoast Church. People who know me say, “Of course you would start a clothing company in Africa,” but the idea had never been on my radar.

CM: How does Francis + Benedict operate, divided between two continents?
KW:
I design the patterns. Our local seamstress, Lynn Pugliese, takes my sketches, creates samples, and goes to Togo to train the women there. Francis and Benedict run everything on the ground and work with the seamstresses on leadership, savings, and goal setting. Profits help community leaders in Togo continue projects that benefit those suffering in poverty.

CM: What’s up next for the nonprofit?
KW:
We’ll be in Charleston Fashion Week’s Style Lounge this month, showing our new spring collection, and a summer collection will be available in August. They’ll include maxi skirts as well as many new midi styles. We’re also designing our first wedding dress for a client!

CM: What are your long-term goals for Francis + Benedict?
KW:
We currently source wax prints from Ghana and Ivory Coast, but within the next few years, we’d like to employ graphic designers and open a manufacturing plant so we can create the prints ourselves, keeping the entire production chain in Togo. Beyond that, we dream of expanding to other countries.


Born: Charlotte, North Carolina
Lives: In Mount Pleasant with her husband, Josh, and their children, AnnaJaye (13), Abigail (12), Abel (eight), Asher (six), and Ari (four), plus Goldendoodle Sunday. In April, baby number six will join the family.
Works: As a counselor at Seacoast Church
Sells: Skirts at ibu (183-B King St., second floor) and www.francisandbenedict.com

Источник: https://charlestonmag.com/vivid_dreamer
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