Monthly Archives: December 2005

What’s the deal with the lectionary?

Every noticed that on a given Sunday, lots of different churches use the same readings from the Bible? It’s no coincidence. But is it a good thing? Continue reading »

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Preaching the Good News of Christmas

It starts to feel like preaching the Good News of Christmas is an afterthought. But it should be my first thought, if not my only thought at this time of year.
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Deja Vu – The end of the good times at Google?

I remember the beginning of the end of the good times at Silicon Graphics, and it looks like Google might be heading that way. Continue reading »

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Pay-Per-Pew: Creative Church Financing

Because I’ve been thinking about church finances, this creative financing approach caught my attention. Continue reading »

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Diggin’ in!

This picture of my son devouring a muffin top-first is a nice reminder of what total authenticity is like. Johnny doesn’t do phony. I don’t want to either. Continue reading »

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