Sometimes we look at problems and issues in our city and they just seem too big and too complex. How do we even start to address the issues of generational poverty and violence? How can broken families find healing? What would God have us...

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      Mardi Gras in New Orleans

      02.08.18 | by Taylor Rutland

           A lot has changed in my life since we moved to New Orleans almost nine years ago. I have gone from no kids to three kids, lived in four different places, and been through multiple degrees. I was unaware how long God would have us in New...

        New Life

        02.02.18 | by Taylor Rutland

             I was so excited to receive an email from a program called Fallen Fruit of New Orleans. This program allows anyone in my Gentilly neighborhood to receive a fruit tree for free if they are willing to share the fruit with neighbors or people...

          A Sorrowful Drive

          01.25.18 | by Christi Gibson

               “Why is there a minivan here?”  This was the frustrated prayer voiced by one of the women of Inward this week as we took a prayer drive around the city. Minivans are for families.  They shouldn’t be parked at a strip club.

            Worship As One

            01.19.18 | by Ricky Draper

            In my previous letter to the First Baptist New Orleans family, I wrote about my philosophy of worship through music, about the importance of congregational singing in our worship gatherings, the significance of singing the gospel message, and...

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