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ABOUT ME

I'm Dr. Mike Moses, founder and lead pastor of Lake Forest Church in Huntersville, NC.

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    Books Beside My Bed

    • Laura L. Nash: Believers in Business

      Laura L. Nash: Believers in Business
      Thanks to a recommendation from LFC elder and business leader Sam Frowine, I'm learning how some of the country's most successful and noted business leaders who are also serious about their Christian faith have handled some of the real or perceived paradoxes between faith and business.

    • David W. Henderson: Tranquility: Cultivating a Quiet Soul in a Busy World

      David W. Henderson: Tranquility: Cultivating a Quiet Soul in a Busy World
      My friend David's book is ensuring sanity for me, as I slowly cherish each chapter. If you suffer from 'hurry sickness' as I do, perhaps this book is for you too.

    • : Starting Missional Churches: Life with God in the Neighborhood

      Starting Missional Churches: Life with God in the Neighborhood
      The authors are friends of LFC-WestLake pastor Aron Gibson. this is an excellent new contribution to the field of starting creative, contextualized new Jesus-centered churches.

    • Michael W. Goheen: Introducing Christian Mission Today: Scripture, History, and Issues

      Michael W. Goheen: Introducing Christian Mission Today: Scripture, History, and Issues
      This will be the '101' text for a new class I'm teaching at Gordon-Conwell Seminary this fall, 'Ministry as Mission.'

    • Doug Serven: Heal Us, Emmanuel: A Call for Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church

      Doug Serven: Heal Us, Emmanuel: A Call for Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church
      Even as I am trying to follow where Christ leads me to be part of racial reconciliation and justice in our town and city, I'm inspired by these tales of mostly white Presbyterian pastors and churches in acts of repentance (especially that) and reconciliation.

    • Angie Moses: Flying Home

      Angie Moses: Flying Home
      My wife Angie published her first novel a few years ago. #1 I'm proud of her. #2 It's stinkin' good (tension between dreams and duty for a young mother). #3 This book will never be published and stocked in a 'Christian' bookstore with the picture of a beatific looking prairie woman on the front wearing a bonnet - there's grittiness of real life like happens to real people, and perhaps some grace. #4 This link is to the Kindle version, look below for paperback also. #5 Angie had in mind precisely the type of 'given up on church but not on God' folks we love so much to welcome at Lake Forest as she wrote.

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