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Author: Chris Sherrod

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Chris Sherrod

Bluffs Camp Director

Chris Sherrod joined Pine Cove in 2007 all the way from Columbus, Georgia. Graduating from Auburn University in 1993, Chris went on to get a Masters in Religion from Liberty University and has spent the last 17 years in ministry with students and parents through teaching & coaching, pastoring & youth ministry, writing & speaking. Chris and his wife Katie have eight amazing children, and their passion is for their family to be used by God to show His glory and grace, and to equip college students and families to live for an audience of One.


Family Camp 2018 Theme: Never Alone

by Chris SherrodPosted Feb 20, 2018

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“The Lord is my shepherd… We all like sheep have gone astray… I am the Good Shepherd… He will tend his flock like a shepherd; he will gather the lambs in his arms…You were straying like sheep, but have now returned to the Shepherd and Overseer of your souls.” These are just a few examples from Scripture […]

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Bible Study Theme: Broken

by Chris SherrodPosted Apr 7, 2014

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Fallow is not a word that most people have ever used in a conversation (unless you’re a farmer). So if you don’t know, “fallow ground” is land that has sat unused and become hard and full of weeds. It must be broken up and prepared before it can be useful and planted with seeds. The […]

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Faith: No Doubt About it

by Chris SherrodPosted Mar 5, 2014

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A condition that plagues many Christians today – both young and old – is what I call Thomasphobia: the fear of doubting. This malady often begins in elementary Sunday school class when the Easter story is told and children hear about Doubting Thomas. Wide-eyed children are asked, “Can you believe Thomas doubted that Jesus rose […]

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The Bible Tells Me So

by Chris SherrodPosted Jan 21, 2014

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For a majority of Christian families, one of the first songs their children learn is Jesus Loves Me, and the wonderful news of this love is based on the words that follow: “for the Bible tells me so.” The truth is, our beliefs are built on what we find in Scripture, which is why critics […]

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7 Ways to Prepare for Sunday

by Chris SherrodPosted Jan 2, 2014

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If you’re like me, Sunday mornings can often feel hectic and anything but restful or even spiritual. As you’re thinking through changes for the New Year, I’d like to suggest some ways to help your hearing of God’s Word be more effective and to even make your Sundays less stressful. Why Prepare? Matthew 13 records […]

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Are You Living the Legacy You Want to Leave?

by Chris SherrodPosted Jul 26, 2013

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Have you ever noticed that we don’t really use the word “legacy” until someone is gone? Only then do we look back and reflect on what they’ve left behind. I did exactly that a year and a half ago when my grandfather died. In fact, when asked to lead his memorial service, I titled my […]

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