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Billy Graham said it best: “A generation ago, the question was ‘what is truth?’ Today, the question is ‘what’s the point?’” People are busy, skeptical, bombarded, and life is hard. They’re looking for answers that make a real difference in their lives. The value we provide grows in direct proportion to how easily people can … Continue reading »

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The Rob Bell debate

I determined early on not to get wrapped up in the Rob Bell controversy and to withhold comment until i had a chance to review “Love Wins” for myself.  That said, it is impossible to escape the commentary on the subject if you read any christian media today.  XP Tim Stevens blog is one of … Continue reading »

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Dunbar’s number, Granovetter’s research and why social media is worth my time

Dunbar’s number is a theoretical cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships. These are relationships in which an individual knows who each person is, and how each person relates to every other person.  Proponents assert that numbers larger than this generally require more restrictive rules, laws, and enforced norms … Continue reading »

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atgrace on twitter

If you don’t know already, I keep a twitter feed in addition to my blog. These are the updates you see at the top of my blog bar to the right, these are also my status updates on Facebook. I will be continuing to update twitter when I post new sermons, or have updates on … Continue reading »

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A quiet spell

I haven’t posted much recently. The last couple weeks have been really busy. Last week, I spent a day off site with my team (the connect team) working on strategy for 2009. This is one of my favorite things to do. I like to facilitate and I really like working towards a goal as a … Continue reading »

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The power of story

I had a great comment a while back on one of my posts: Maybe the good old fashion preaching of God’s word (2 Tim 4) will solve the issues you’ve described after all isn’t that sort of how the church was built. Wasn’t built on movie clips, comedy and watered down truth (which isn’t truth) … Continue reading »

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Less Clutter. Less Noise.

Ever wonder why people aren’t getting your message?  Ever wonder why more people haven’t heard about that cause your so passionate about? If so, you should read Kem Meyers new book; Less Clutter. Less Noise. Kem is making a stop here on her Q&A blog tour and I will be giving away a copy … Continue reading »

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