Monthly Archives: January 2007

youtube and the world of “me”

I maybe one of the last bloggers on the planet to post a link to the article about the youtube and myspace video of three teen girls attacking another teen girl. I either don’t read the news headlines enough, or … Continue reading

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debunking the 4% myth

Marko from YS, had a post about Christian Smith’s article. Here is the link for the Smith article.  Come on people. really. There is such a thing as an alaramist Christian, those who paint in black and white and think those … Continue reading

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There’s a stirring…(I hope)

The real struggle in the church, as I see it is a generational one. We have a four groups really whether knowingly or not, vying for power. The WWII generation, Boomers, Xer’s and Gen Y. The one’s in power could learn … Continue reading

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Parent-Teen relationships

Here is the article I wrote for our youth group’s/church’s monthly newsletter: Article for Bulletin: February This year our theme is “relationships.” Bob Bryant always says, “Life is relationships.” How true. Relationships are multi-dimensional, for instance God-man, man-God,man-man. In addition … Continue reading

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Acts 28:17-31

Acts 28:17-31  I can’t help but wonder about the ending of Acts. We aren’t told the reasoning as to why, but Luke ends his second volume of all that Jesus began to do and teach rather abruptly and with these … Continue reading

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28:11-16

Acts 28:11-16 Finally, after danger on the high seas, a ship wreck and wintering on Malta, they were ready to set sail and in our reading today, Paul finally reaches Rome. This had been many years in the making and what … Continue reading

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Acts 28:1-10

Read: Acts 28:1-10  After abandoning ship, the 276 travelers, including Paul make their way to Malta and were received warmly by the islanders. We are told that is was cold and rainy when the ship wrecked crew arrived and the … Continue reading

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