Here are 5 practical ways to make your workplace a mission field: 1. Where everyone is looking to get ahead, look to serve instead. In the professional world, service is not often glamorous, but it is always Christ-like. In Mark 10, we are told that Christ did not come to be served, but to serve those around him.
Sioux Center Pizza Ranch has built a strong relationship with their local Christian College - Dordt University. Sioux Center Pizza Ranch helps sponsor and support different academic and athletic events at the University. Each fall and spring Pizza Ranch is excited to welcome back the college students as guests and some as staff members. One Pizza Ranch team member, Drew DeVries, created a promo video for the Sioux Center location for one of his final projects for his film class. You can see these videos and the testimonies of the general managers in the links below!
Peter 4:7-11 The MessageCopyright © 1993, 2002, 2018 by Eugene H. Peterson 7-11 Everything in the world is about to be wrapped up, so take…
At Pizza Ranch our mission is to give every guest a legendary experience, and when we do so, we believe that we are also accomplishing our vision to glorify God by positively impacting the world.
One of my favorite things to do is take my family out to eat when we can. It brings me joy to break bread, talk and laugh together.
My dog is not a fan of the rain. But she is a fan of walks. When it is raining and the regular time for her walk comes and goes, she will get more adamant about wanting a walk, maybe even risking a whimper or two to make her point. We will respond with a “No, it’s not walk time” or “No, it’s raining” but she doesn’t like that answer. Sometimes I think this is similar to how Christians act.
This week I have shared some illustrations of my dog and how they remind me of how silly and foolish I can act at times in my faith. On the topic of sharing about animals, I thought I would highlight one of our ministry partners that works with animals & children.
My dog’s response to new toys reminds me of how Christians sometimes act with the gifts God has blessed them with. We get so excited about our gifts and talents, but we aren’t willing to surrender our gifts back to God to let Him use them for His Kingdom.
A little over 2 years ago my husband and I adopted a 5-month-old puppy from our nearby Animal Shelter. Over the years our 20-pound puppy has grown into a 70-pound dog and taught us not only a lot about pet ownership, but also a lot about our faith in God. This week I wanted to share some of those lessons with you all!
When my bride and I moved away from where we live now, we were gone for about 6 years, I often found myself longing to come back. I thought about our dear friends, our amazing church fellowship, and even the changes in weather. I even found myself
Is the Lord stirring your heart? You may have had (or perhaps are currently) moments in your life where you feel compelled to act,…
The Mission of Pizza Ranch is "To Glorify God by positively impacting the World" and we strive to accomplish that by "Giving every guest…