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Monthly Archive for May, 2011

YouTube – Grover Henson Memorial Day Tribute from WJP. I created this video just using iDVD for a sermon this past weekend. Its a great song by Bill Cosby called Grover Henson Feels Forgotten. It came out in 1970, made it up to #70 on Billboard, and then disappeared. I was six when it came […]






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Well, here is one of our Lutheran scholars talking about the rapture and her book on it on MSNBC. The thing is, even though this rapture drama is over, the teaching is still out there and it will happen again. Her book and interview help put it into a better perspective the next time around. […]






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Rachel Held Evans | The Great Disappointment. Once again Rachael does a great job in looking at both the history of the rapture craziness but also a more serious perspective on us who are the vast majority of Christians. I love this line: Like it or not, Harold Camping and his followers make us laugh […]






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NYT: Kids hope to attend party — if world doesn’t end – US news – The New York Times – msnbc.com. Well, on the last day of the world as we know it, all I can say is that its no wonder people often don’t take people with any real seriousness. Nothing brings out weirdness […]






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Rachel Held Evans | How to follow Jesus…without being Shane Claiborne. Once again, my friend has hit the nail on the head this morning. Sometimes we make affluence and being American as in imputed sin and that our faithfulness and authenticity is in question. We are who we are where we are and God has […]






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Religious belief is human nature, huge new study claims – CNN Belief Blog – CNN.com Blogs. This is interesting. Doesn’t say anything about the existence of God, only our desire to find and connect with God, Something higher and beyond ourselves. And who said science and God are opposed?






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Blogger announces own death after battle with cancer – CNN.com. Very weird to see this doing a mind break this afternoon. “Here it is. I’m dead,” read the last internet post of Derek K. Miller, who died last week after more than four years of blogging about his struggle with colorectal cancer. As a blogger […]






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7 Leadership Lessons From Phil Jackson’s Coaching Career | Big Is The New Small. Scot Williams is one of the best church leadership bloggers out there and in light of the Lakers meltdown, this is a good post. Phil Jackson’s coaching success is not an accident and there are lessons for church leaders to be […]






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