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What type of world do we live in? Sanjaya stays and Chris Sligh is gone? Chris was a worship leader at Seacoast Church in Greenville, SC. A real good guy and now he is voted off way too early. Will the popularity of Idol start to go down if talented people keep getting sent home before ones that are in

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LifeTechnology

For the youth out there that give me a hard time, I know I am a serious nerd. But did you know that it’s cool to be a geek now, and it even makes me attractive, just ask Jenni. Check out the top ten list here. (ht to Tony Steward)

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Life

No, I haven’t quit blogging, I’ve just been pretty slammed this week. At work, we have been busy getting a whole line of prototype weight lifting machines done for a big Fitness show in San Fran, and at home I’ve been busy trying to be Ty Pennington. I’ve built a rock climbing wall in Luke’s room and I’ve plumbed in

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Life

After reading this article, it makes me realize why I hate long meetings so much. I have read several articles lately about brainstorming not being an efficient way to come up with new ideas. These studies show that people working independently can come up with more and better solutions than in a group. For me, there is some truth in

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Life

Okay, what lame brained marketing genius came up with the cease and desist idea for churches having super bowl parties. Of all the bad publicity the NFL has gotten this year (see Cincinnati’s familiarity with the local police as one example, Michael Vick as another), do they really want to make a statement that churches can’t get together and watch

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Life

Here’s a headline that will catch your attention: Naked Greased Student Interrupts Lunch

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Life

Thanks to fellow pastor Mark Batterson, I now know that “that African elephants poop eighty pounds per day” and that cows can really put out some serious emissions. Makes me glad to live in the country. It reminds me of one day a couple of years ago when Emma came running to me and told me we had cows in

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Life

Check out YSMarko’s post on creative ways to decorate your office. These would be so much fun to do to a coworker.

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FaithLife

Interesting article on Yahoo from LiveScience. It seems like teens really do think about the consequences of their actions. But their decisions are usually not based upon the consequences, they are based upon the desire to be accepted. Which brings me to an interesting thought. Shouldn’t their decisions be based on something that is unchangeable, something deeper. Shouldn’t we be

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FaithLife

We had to cancel youth Sunday night because of the wedding I was officiating. When we arrived home late, we found out that the youth actually did meet to do a service project. I talked during my sermon Sunday morning about giving a gift of grace to someone, a gift that will leave lifelong memories. They definitely took me up

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