Category Archives: Culture

Why We Love Facebook so Much

Facebook is an incredible phenomenon. I got on it because everyone else was getting it. Now I want to get off of it and cannot. Why can’t I get off of it? What are the reasons I stay with it? … Continue reading

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The Hazards of Ministry — People

Life is hazardous. Ministry is hazardous. Being a pastor is hazardous. By hazard, I don’t mean it’s always so bad that pastors have more frustrations than your average person. But I am noticing there a  few things along to way … Continue reading

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7 Ways to know Your Facebook Post is Wrong

I love Facebook. I try not to spend too much time on it. It’s addicting. I’ve learned to connect Twitter and Facebook and to post quickly, surf quickly and use Facebook wisely. I’ve noticed how people use Facebook poorly. Here’s … Continue reading

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Chic-fil-a and the Church

I’m in Albuquerque, New Mexico, chillin with the family in a hotel. Doing the hot tub, pool, zoo, reading, etc. One of our favorite places to eat is Chic-fil-a. I’ve gotten to eat there a few times in the last … Continue reading

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10 Things @FBC Ruidoso

I’ve been in Ruidoso, New Mexico for 4 months now. This place is incredible. Here’s 10 things I’ve done here in four months that I had not done in the last few years. 1. I’ve seen more deer than at … Continue reading

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2009: A Heavenly Culture

2009 should be a year when the church seizes the moment on race relations. The two girls in the picture to the right are twins. They have an Black Dad and White Mom. It’s an amazing story if you want … Continue reading

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Why I'm Stoked About 2009

There are many reasons to be excited about 2009. In my previous post I outlined 10 things I plan to do in 2009. Here are a few reasons why I’m stoked about 2009. This is a shortened list because any … Continue reading

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