Here's a thought that first started while listening to a message by my pastor Scott Parrish: Does Jesus care if we are Christians? Ok, there it is...Discuss.
Have you ever mixed someone up? I mean, thought you were talking to one person, but in reality you were talking to someone else? I have. When I was a child, my mom took me to see my dad in the middle of the day at his office. At that time, my dad worked in … Continue reading Dad?
Yesterday I took my kids to see "How to Train Your Dragon" in 3D. For the life of me I cannot figure out why I am just now seeing a 3D movie. It was an amazing experience. I had previously seen one 3D movie. Back in the 80's I saw Michael Jackson in "Captain Eo" … Continue reading 3D Christianity
Christians don't need another outlet to gossip. It seems that the worst rumor-mills tend to show up amongst Christian people. Unfortunately, Christian bookstores have become a place where Christians talk about other Christians and churches, of which they know nothing about. Now, obviously, it isn't the bookstore that is to blame for this, it is … Continue reading I like Christian books, but not their bookstores – Part 2
This last week, our XGroups discussed merging our passions, the things that God placed in us to love and do and his purpose to bring the world back to Him through his son. We walked through a chart that rated four areas that should impact how well we do this. These are: Receiving training from … Continue reading Merging Our Passions with God’s Purpose
Ok, so Vince, I started reading your book a while back and am just getting around to finish it. Not because I haven't been interested in it, but because things have been busy. The book has really been hitting me hard here. So in honor of you, Vince, here's today's post... Are you like me? … Continue reading Quote…
I started Twittering about a month ago. At first, it seemed odd to me. Why would anyone want to know what I am doing during my day. Then I realized the potential for what it can be. As I began to follow other Christian leaders I got a great amount of insight into how they … Continue reading Twitterrific!