Monthly Archives: August 2006

Crocs Forever–literally

It seems that everyone I see these days is shod in a pair of crocs. I like the look, but could never wear the green ones. The good news for those who like them is that they will literally last … Continue reading

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“Electric Meat”, the Meaning of Life and Separation of Church and State

All of these issues are in an article posted on Salon today of a conversation with skeptics founder Michael Shermer. Shermer is a happy agnostic (seems very pleasant in his responses) and tells of how he went from being a … Continue reading

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church marketing run amuck

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summer skin

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Young Adults and Church

Where are all of the young adults today? That’s a question lots of churches are asking. And, if they are not, they should be, as emerging generations are not finding their way into our churches. At FBC, we have been … Continue reading

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Hybels interview with Bono

This session, to me, was the highlight of this year’s Leadership Summit. The interview was recorded in Dublin and played at the Summit, mixed in with some great concert footage. Sorry for the messiness of my notes, but here they … Continue reading

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Leadership Summit Reflections, Part 2

The second day of the Summit was full of good content and I found myself challenged in many different parts of my life and ministry. Listed below are the speakers and what I recorded as meaningful. Friday THE RISKY BUSINESS … Continue reading

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