Month: March 2012


I guess today is the day for out-of-nowhere-type awesome Tweets.  Do you wanna get to the end of your life, only to say… “Man, I wrote some amazing comments in some lively threads.” — saddest last words ever — Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) March 30, 2012  

Hey, @CSalafia! That’ll Preach!

On his way to talking himself into entering the ministry–like everyone else knows already knows is going to happen–my friend, Christian, tweets the topic of his first sermon… If you want to seek God, look into the face of those you ignore on the street. — Christian_Salafia (@csalafia) March 30, 2012  

SERMON from 3-25-12: “Jesus’ Final Week: Maundy Thursday”

John 13.31-35   31 When he had gone out, Jesus said, “Now the Son of Man has been glorified, and God has been glorified in him. 32 If God has been glorified in him, God will also glorify him in himself and will glorify him at once. 33 Little children, I am with you only

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Before Bed, My Daughter and I Always Recite Metallica Lyrics

I get night away, and my mind can only go back to my kids… I listening to music in my car, and Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” comes up on shuffle. I haven’t heard this song in years. So, I am transported back to the first time I began to bang my head in opposition to the

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Author @ThomRainer Talks About How Important Commitment is to the Life of the Church

I could have just retweeted this.  However, I have a blog that has this cool feature where I can embed what looks like Twitter right into the post. That aside, I know this tracks back to his book, but it still sounds like a plan. Simple churches have a clearly defined process that moves people

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“If we continue to reject one another…”

The above pictured book is Sharing Sacred Space by Benoit Standaert.  I am reading it as part of a class on interreligious encounter.  It’s mainly about how important dialogue between different religious traditions is.  Many believe this practice is dangerous.  Put another way, Standaert says: If we continue to reject one another, we have to admit

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Your Dose of @CopelandNetwork Gobbledegook

#Faith comes by hearing and goes by saying. #Faith is released by your words. – Gloria Copeland — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) March 26, 2012 Alright, I have said some things in the pulpit that just don’t make sense.  However, Gloria Copeland had someone post this via Twitter.  This means someone–Gloria, her assistant, her assistant’s assistant–read

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POLL: What do you think about ‘Monumental’?

The big day is tomorrow!  Monumental opens in some theaters, across the country, tomorrow.  I just wanted to get your thoughts.

‘Monumental’, Crowdmouth, No Longer Doing Business?

I was promised a conference call with Kirk Cameron if I completed some tasks like watching the trailer for Monumental and recruiting my friends to do the same.  It appears as if that won’t be happening. As far as I can tell, that promise was made as part of a partnership between the movie’s producers and

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Why is Mike Seaver Staring at That Wall?

I was promised a conference call with Kirk Cameron, and I am almost sure that isn’t going to happen.  As I was attempting to follow-up on that promise by searching the Facebook page of Monumental for information, I ran across this odd picture of Kirk Cameron staring at a wall–through some glass.  I hope he finds

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