Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Church’s One Foundation

Yes, hymn number 277.  We’ll sing just verse 1, 2 and 4, and stand on the last verse.  277.  Yes.  Two. Seventy.  Seven.  Let’s sing. You’ve just experienced a bit of Worship Leader* banter, brought to you by years and … Continue reading

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Bible Reading Plans

It’s still the season of new years resolutions.  Most people aim to lose weight and/or stop eating delicious bacon burgers (have you seen this?) If you’ve decided to set out and commit to some kind of bible reading schedule, you’re not … Continue reading

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How Infomercials are like Star-Trek

Here’s my ba-doom-ching submission for today.As I was sitting in the studios of home.fm, flipping through the stations on the only TV equipped with cable, I came across an infomercial for the Space Bag on channel 61 and a rerun … Continue reading

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It’s so cold…

You grab an ice pack on the way out to keep your hands warm Thinsulate stock is slated to rise over 9,000 percent.  That’s nearly 5,000 percent celsius. You need to ditch the iPod ear buds for the much warmer … Continue reading

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Albert (pronounced “al-BEAR” in the hit movie “Young Einstein”) Einstein quote of the day (Updated quarterly)

“Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater.” -Albert Einstein 

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The Worship Class

Tonight Brian Walrath and I are team-teaching a class about Worship here at SAFMC.  It’s an exciting time because we’re examining something that runs deep yet feels familiar.  Amazing how we can do something every week yet know very little … Continue reading

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“Honest Ed’s” Dealership

Buying a car is frightening. But not like a roller-coaster, which is also fun; nor like Judge Judy, where you’re scared so much that someone else has to remind you it’s only TV. Buying a car. The act of using … Continue reading

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