A Day in the Life

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  • 21:06 is staying up late to do some writing… for how long? who knows??!? #

A Day in the Life

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  • 09:02 is writing, listening to Israel & New Breed – A Deeper Level, writing, oh and writing some more… #
  • 15:27 Lunch with Mike… Changing my world over sausage and goat cheese pizza. #

The Adventures of Flat Stanley (cont’d)

Here’s a picture of Flat Stanley preparing to set out on his adventure…

Preparing for his travels...

The Adventures of Flat Stanley

So, as any good parent of a grade school child would do, I am helping my son complete a class project.  

“Flat Stanley” needed to go on an adventure.  Since “adventure” isn’t necessarily my middle name, I have recruited some help.

Where is “Flat Stanley”?  Details coming soon!

A Day in the Life

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  • 09:42 At Disney Princesses On Ice… Yeah that’s how I roll… #

Introducing Leon Timbo…

Leon joined us for services this past weekend at THE CHURCH Group Worldwide.  All I can say is “WOW!”

He is a gift!  Check out his video below and find him on Myspace


Honor your father…

Really appreciated this post by Shawn Wood of Seacoast Church.

What really struck me was the sense of respect he has for the impact that Ed Young (and Pace Hartfield) and all of Fellowship Church had on him.  

Everyone (yes, EVERYONE!) is a product of someone else’s ministry.  Too often, we are prone to thinking we have gone beyond those who provided us our foundation.  However, the Biblical mandate to “honor your father and mother” includes those who are spiritual “fathers” as well as natural.

Shawn’s story is also a great reminder that the external, preconceived impressions of many ministries are often contrary to the internal, personal impact the ministry has.  It is incredibly easy to look at a ministry from the outside and develop opinions about them based on soundbites and misunderstandings.  But we must realize that while these ministries may not be our “cup of tea”, there are countless people that have had their lives impacted for Christ.  

In our blog driven world, where potshots are easy and accountability is low, it is important that we understand that no ministry is in reality as they are caricatured.  They are not as “unbiblical”, “shallow”, “irrelevant”, or “money hungry” as some would lead us to believe.

Thanks, Shawn, for sharing your story…