Faith

Shawn Lovejoy has a great post about why people want to go deeper. Why do we want to turn our faith into an “academic” faith instead of a practicing faith? When we talk about wanting to go deep, too many times we mean that we want to learn or feel

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Faith

The guys at NewSpring have posted videos of the Unleash main sessions online. It was an awesome experience being there, and they did a great job of capturing the worship and preaching on video. I’m glad they included the band in the video, it gives a glimpse of what worship

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FaithTechnology

The current trend in software development is open source. Basically, the programmers share the source code for the software programs to allow anybody with an interest to make it better. Linux is based on open source, as well as a number of new shareware type programs. Here is my desire.

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Faith

For those in church this morning, I read a story by Josh Harris titled “The Room” It’s a powerful story that I have heard many times before. It made the rounds on the internet 5 or 10 years ago. It seemed that most everyone I talked to this morning had

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Faith

Another busy weekend. I’ve noticed that I don’t blog much on the weeks I preach in church. Balancing work during the week, family time, and sermon prep time takes its toll. Here lately, blogging has gotten the short end of the stick. My heart really goes out to men who

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Faith

This list is from Leadership Network Learnings. Todd Rhoades shares ten characteristics of churches who “get it” Check out the link if you want to hear his explanation of each point. He took these points from his personal observations of churches that are really making a “kingdom” impact. I think

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Faith

I read these over at History in the Making. These just don’t apply to a church plant, they apply to any church. I think we can all relate to this list. Here it is. Talk about how much you love your church because it’s so small and personable. If your

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