Monthly Archives: October 2008

Even the darkness… UPDATED

For the last two weeks I’ve been listening pretty much non-stop to “Mike Crawford and His Secret Siblings” worship album, “Songs from Jacob’s Well”. It is dyn-o-mite!  Which is the highest rating I can give anything in the world. Why, … Continue reading

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Posters for your teen’s bedroom or youth room

Special thanks to my friend Josh for mentioning these posters to me… he had assumed that I was aware of them.  He was mistaken.  Thankfully that is past tense. You can click here to see the whole collection which includes … Continue reading

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Inside Out Growth: Emergentia

One of the things that has to happen in the growth process is that things have to begin changing on the inside first. For example with a plant, there is all kinds of changes going on inside the seed before … Continue reading

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Ending Poverty = Good Thing

You’ll notice I changed my header for today and want to be part in communicating about the fact that poverty is an issue and that we can quite easily make a HUGE difference.  Join in helping people live a better … Continue reading

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Does “baby” blue make a uniform dumb?

Carol and I were watching the game last night and I admitted, “while I love everything about the Steelers including their uniform, the Chargers have the best uniforms in the league.  And if not the best uniforms, then the best … Continue reading

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Now I Break Things for Jesus

My wife and I both laughed out loud when reading this chapter from Nadia Bolz-Weber’s upcoming book on watching 24 hours straight of TBN.  There has to be a research grant around somewhere for this.

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