Facebook Makes the World Smaller, Shrinks 6... →
We’re living in a MUCH different world today. Check out this article… A theory stemming from an experiment by social psychologist Stanley Milgram in the 1960s claims every living person is connected to any other through only six friends. According to a recent study, Facebook reduces the six degrees of separation to only four, meaning the world’s largest social netw…
Zombies, Wine and Christian Music →
Gungor talking about art and Christian sub-culture. My favorite line… Nobody goes to an art gallery and says, “boy, that painting is so creative.” Why? Because it’s art! Of course it’s creative! Why else would it be there? It’s very nature is creativity. Or like Lisa pointed out to me today, “that would be like saying, I love your house, it’s so architectural.”
Hanging Up The Leisure Suit →
i have had this book from @tonymorganlive sitting on my computer for a while now, but hadn’t read it. tonight i took the short amount of time to run through it and really loved it. he simply says what needs to be said about creating change in stale church environments. great resource for any church leader.
Kate: We could just buy fabric and make pillows.
Me: You know how to make pillows?
Kate: (as if everyone knows how to make pillows) Yea....
does it send the wrong message when parents let their students choose which Student Ministry they attend (at different churches)? i can see the positives of them having a choice, but doesn’t it teach consumeristic church tendencies at a young age? are we teaching them to church shop, to find the “best deal” or the place that provides the most for their “needs”? my...
Through Jesus Paul learned that God was not an impersonal force to be used to...– The Message introduction to Galatians
Emerging Youth Ministry →
saw this over at Rookie Pastor. interesting read. love it or hate it?