Just in time to end the year, a new podcast. Its a little different from some podcasts in that it has less to do with any specific site on the web and more to do with what I see as the transitions going on in the world, generations, and in the church. As I say […]
Monthly Archive for December, 2010
Good blogs are hard to find. Good blogs on religion are even harder. Good religion blogs on religion that are trying to come up with a theolgical construct and language for the 21st Century? Good luck. wikiChurch is the blog and facebook page of my friend, Nathan Swenson-Reinhold and is well worth pastor people checking […]
A Tough Season for Believers – NYTimes.com. A very interesting article that really is not announcing anything new – mainline, organized religion is dying and its future is a return to its roots 2,000 years ago in thriving in a multifaith, multicultural empire. What is fascinating is the NY Times admitting it.
Igniter Media has a viral hit on its hands. Not only is this quickly making the rounds on YouTube but I think pastors like me are recognizing one of the most powerful retellings of the Christmas story that I have seen in years. I think if there was any question that postmoderns are digital natives […]
Posted in Music on Dec 4th, 2010
Prepare Ye: Everybody Hurts, But You Are Not Alone. Came across this video this morning while working on weekend advent worship. A seminary student at the Lutheran Seminary there posted it. Great song, great cover.
Collide Magazine | The iPad is Here, and It’s Coming to Your Church. Okay, I love the tech but there are indications that the iPad may become one of the biggest game changers/ministry tools since the yellow pad and the truly portable notebook. I have friends who now swear by their iPad and only use […]