Monthly Archives: October 2007


While at Catalyst earlier this month. Erwin McManus was talking about why they decided to call their church Mosaic. A church in the heart of Los Angeles, this community is impacting people that would be left out of most churches. … Continue reading

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New Album

The new album by Thousand Foot Krutch The Flame In All of Us is fantastic. It’s been out for a while, but I just bought it and I am now on my third time through. If you are a rock … Continue reading

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Back, with a new look

I’ve taken a brief hiatus from the internet. Sometimes being so “connected” can created problems connecting with your family and friends…and, of course, God. So I took some time off. I’m back now. With a new look, which I’m sure … Continue reading

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Another Great Read

Craig Groeschel is an author that is quickly becoming a must read for me. There are some authors I love and will read whatever book they write just because I love their way of communicating. Craig Groeschel is one of … Continue reading

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This books is a must read. More commentary to come later. How do you view Christians? How do people who aren’t Christians view Christians? How do they view you?

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leadership. culture. church. world.

Good day from Atlanta, GA! October 3rd starts 3 days of extreme, intense, in your face leadership training that will take a full year to process. I love it. Pics and posts to come soon. Until then.

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