Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Blogging Ten Commandments

Emily Wither wrote an aritcle on ABCnews.com about the Blogging Ten Commandments. According to the article, which can be read in full here, the Evangelical Alliance has come up with a Ten Commandments for church bloggers. The internet is mostly … Continue reading

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Sports Radio Talk Show Host Says Something Brilliant and Doesn’t Even Know It.

I listen to sports talk radio all day (I’m in the car a lot) and last week one of the guys said something that I had to pull over and write down before I forgot it. Thank goodness for Blackberrys. … Continue reading

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Google Chrome

I love trying new web browsers. Maybe it is because I’m a guy, but I’m sure there are lot of women out there who are the same way. We like new stuff. Period. I like Chrome so far, especially because … Continue reading

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Book Review Coming Soon: “The Shape of Mercy”

Women of all ages will appreciate this highly-readable, layered, and fast-paced story about self-discovery at all stages of life. Continue reading

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Staying Strong as a Leader

For the past few months, because of the Mike Guglielmucci and Todd Bentley disasters, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what it takes to stay strong as a leader. I don’t mean just as a Pastor, necessarily, but as a leader in general. We are all leaders in one capacity or another. Whether you are a teacher, a shift foreman, a pastor, a Sunday school teacher, a worship team member or a parent, you are a leader.

So, how does someone stay strong?

I think a lot of it has to do with knowing what causes a leader to fall. Perry Noble writes, in his article Four Transitions We Should Not Want To Make-Part 1:

“One of THE single most dangerous things a leader can deal with is the loss of passion for what God has called him to.

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Blog Competition With My Wife

She just posted information about recycling crayons. Sound crazy? Check it out here. She is great at finding stuff like this, and really anything on arts and crafts. But that is not the reason I am writing. The reason is … Continue reading

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Trying Out Desktop Blogging

I’m using Windows Live Writer. I had to do something because it takes forever to post using the dashboard. A lot of it has to do with the fact that every time I log on I find something to tweak, … Continue reading

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New Theme, Arthemia

I’ve been tweaking my old theme for so long and finally realized it was not the right one for my needs. This new theme is called Arthemia and is great. It is very customizable and easy to use. You do … Continue reading

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Do You Really Think You Can Out-Think God?

Moses tried his best to weasel out of delivering God’s people. He tried everything: too old, can’t speak, blah blah blah. But if you read where God suggests using Aaron (his older brother) as a mouthpiece, God actually says that … Continue reading

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Book Review Coming Soon: “For Young Men Only”

“For Young Men Only” is a book for teen guys on how to handle relationships with girls. I Can’t Wait Continue reading

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