Monthly Archives: July 2008

Mosques Going Multi-Site

Mosques across the country are beginning to use a model similar to the one used by some suburban and downtown megachurches, operating multiple sites to serve a large and dispersed congregation. RNS Feature: “Muslims begin to copy the megachurch multi-site … Continue reading

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Tring to keep up

Riding the riverfront with Jack.

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Trek discovery

I picked up a used Trek touring bike at Scooters bikes today and it’s just what I need. I’m really out of shape, not being able to run anymore (bad sacroiliac joint) and my daily walks temporarily ended with plantar … Continue reading

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Maybe not.

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How to Talk to a Eunuch

I’m preaching on Acts 8:26-35–the story about Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch– this Sunday in our Crossings service.  The thrust of the sermon will be about how we (church) can be a witness of Jesus in our world today–with the … Continue reading

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Communion Stations on Sunday

This was a communion worship station in Crossings. It was moving to hear each group read the Lords Prayer aloud together and to see them partake in the bread and cup together after our look at 1 Cor. 12.

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Mobile Me Misery

Therefore, we’d recommend letting MobileMe marinate during its 60-day free trial before committing to pay for it. ZDNet MobileMe Review & Comparison I really like iPhone 2.0 but am hating Mobile Me right now.  I lost all my calendar and … Continue reading

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