Monthly Archives: May 2011

Beautiful things…

Recently a high school student in our congregation introduced me to a new song, “Beautiful Things” to use in one of our worship services. Ever since I heard the song, I have continued to sing and repeat a line of the song … Continue reading

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“What you see is not always what you get.”

As I have been reading about the leadership that Samuel provides in 1 Samuel 16 and I have come to a few realizations. Leadership takes liberties with the truth. It embraces the grey between the black and white. People are … Continue reading

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For all my pastor friends and colleagues out there…

God… what makes people like ourselves follow this strange sensation we describe as “call” how is it these resilient seeds find a way to sprout even in the most hostile environment? we marvel as we watch others like ourselves plunge … Continue reading

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Why listen “to” the silence?

The endless cycle The endless cycle of idea and action, Endless invention, endless experiment, Brings knowledge of motion, but not of stillness; Knowledge of speech, but not of silence; Knowledge of words, and ignorance of the Word. All our knowledge … Continue reading

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