Monthly Archives: April 2008

Going to Work

The first place I go with people when starting to talk about ministry is to the incarnation.  All ministry is going to where people are, emptying ourselves, investing in relationship, loving, being.  I’m always looking for new ways that ministries … Continue reading

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Intuitive Leadership Conference Reflections

I just finished up at Tim Keel’s Intuitive Leadership Conference here in KC.  It was phenomenal.  God has truly gifted Tim with the poetic ability to put words to the things we are experiencing and feeling.  The conference is a … Continue reading

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Now that’s Commitment

Last weekend I was back home in Flint, Michigan for another Discipleship Summit.  I took my youngest son, Isaiah with me.  Of course we spent a lot of time with my family.  Isaiah had a great time being the only … Continue reading

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Truth: the World Wide Issue

Just ran into an interesting article about truth on TechCrunch, an online magazine about the technology industry.  There is an ongoing debate as to the effectiveness and truth of Wikipedia.  Truth, in all her beauty, has appeared again center stage as … Continue reading

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Hanging with some Misfits

I’m heading back home from a trip to Connecticut and New York.  I Saturday night and today (Sunday) with Richard Griffiths and his band of “Misfits” at Bronx Bethany Nazarene.  They were great hosts to me and extended the best … Continue reading

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