That happened back in 1990 (or so). Our mom made us go down to the Sears portrait studio. I’m pretty sure we got into a fight shortly before the sitting, but dang it, we were going to look like loving brothers whether we liked it or not!
As I write this, I’m winding down the final days of a one month sabbatical. For the last four weeks, I haven’t worked at the church or my business. In fact, I haven’t answered my phone or returned any emails. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever done because I’ve spent the last three […]
My wife was listening to a podcast that claimed 3,500 people leave the church every month. I was really intrigued by that, so yesterday I sent out the following tweet/Facebook post to see what people would say: I have to admit, I was really surprised at the passion this simple question stirred up. […]
It’s been two years since we planted a new church. It’s not the first church my wife and I have planted but it’s the first one that has survived the first year and grown. The ironic thing I’ve found is that a successful church plant is much more difficult to live through than one that […]
I have the privilege of working with Bethany Neumeyer as the Prayer Team Leader at our church. She’s also a great spoken word poet and wrote this as an illustration during our “Living a Passionate Mission” series. It’s pretty much an amazing piece. Enjoy! Thanks!! RSS subscribe by clicking here. To get new posts […]