Over my sister's door hung a hand made sign that read "NO BOYS ALLOWED! " Although that was thirty years ago, and likely a well justified notice to an annoying younger brother, it was no less a clear clue of the reception I would receive from the residents that lived at the end of the hall. Everyday we all walk through various doors, often curious to see if the reception we receive is similar to the sign posted on the door. The tricky part is that often times there is no sign, or the signs aremisleading. How many times have we walked into a business (or church) that had signs that said welcome, open for business, yet the reception, and service you receive is less than inviting.As you navigate through our church it is my sincere desire that the reception and ministry you receive is more inviting than any of the signs on our campus. We believe that the church is a place for broken people that are hungry enough to wonder if God has something to say to them. Join us as we seek to place an environment in the church that announces "BROKEN PEOPLE ALLOWED".