Monthly Archives: March 2013

I’ve Got a ’67 Chevy For Sale

Have you ever heard that story where an elderly lady puts an ad in the paper that says, “1967 Chevy For Sale: $500.00”? Yeah, you’ve probably heard this one. A young man answers the ad, and the lady takes him … Continue reading

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That’s the Kind of Church I Want To Go To!

“How can I help you?” asked the director of booking at the Phantom Canyon Brewery. I told her we were a new church in town looking for a place to rent on Sunday mornings. I had interrupted a meeting she … Continue reading

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Following the Bread Crumbs

When Teresa and I knew that we were coming to Colorado Springs, we began a new chapter in our lives, one that would take us on an adventure beyond our expectations and dreams. During this season of transition, we had … Continue reading

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I Need UnChurched Friends

We always try to do something at least once a month with the guys at KeyStone, a guys night out. This week we are meeting at a friend’s house and watching UFC. We invited everyone from the church, and then … Continue reading

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Connection: Hip and Cool

There have been several words that I have learned in the “church-planting” world. Connection is up there with the best of them. Just about every church foyer, bulletin, or web site has this word blasted everywhere. But what does it … Continue reading

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Addition Before Multiplication

There are some pretty simple rules when it comes to math, maybe that’s why I like math, unlike English or other “flowable”subjects, math is constant. When you apply the rules, you always get the right answer. 2+2 will always equal … Continue reading

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Discipleship: Not Another 12 Week Course

What comes to mind when you think of the word “discipleship?” For most of us (self included) we usually tend to think of discipleship as another class the pastor, or teacher of the assimilation process, has created to let us … Continue reading

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