Monthly Archives: March 2014

It’s Not Me, It’s You (Part 1)

Part 1 (Read Part 2 here) “It is amazing what can be accomplished when no one cares who gets the credit.” – John Wooden I have recently been (re)reading “Good to Great” by Jim Collins.  Which, as an aside, in … Continue reading

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In Defense of the “Contemporary” Church

Since when did it become popular to critique the style and form of how some churches choose to worship?  The most recent trend has some writers taking cheap shots at what they are calling the “contemporary” church.  You know, the … Continue reading

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Reconciliation

This morning I woke up with dirt underneath my fingernails.  Which is unusual, because I spend very little time with activities that would require me to get dirty.  As it turns out, it wasn’t from dirt, it was from last … Continue reading

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