I just finished up a series at KeyStone Church called Finding Your Why. (Props to Simon Sinek.) In the context of our small church, I just related our why to the three simple statements that sum us up. Connect to the Creator, Connect to Community, and Connect to the Culture. It’s not rocket science and … More Finding Hurt. Finding Healing.
IN my last blog I told you all that one of my favorite things to do is ride my bike. I guess it comes from the sweet memories of freedom as a kid when I rode from morning until I heard my mom whistle for me to come home (She could whistle really loud). We … More Riding with Brock Meyer
I spent last week in Indiana, my home for over 20 years, and I really wanted to ride while I was there (if you have read any of my blogs you know I love to ride bikes) and test my new Colorado lungs! I didn’t have the necessary “bike luggage” to tote my Madone 1100 … More One of My Favorite Places
A couple of weekends ago, a couple of friends and I rode in The Starlight Spectacular, a midnight ride through the Garden of the Gods and Old Colorado City. It was amazing. With literally thousands of other people riding that night, it was a nice reprieve from all the fires that we were experiencing in our … More There’s Something About Riding
He’s one of my heroes, ok I know he’s not real, but if he were, I would want to be a lot like Indiana Jones. He is caught in this world of physical fact and scientific proof, and yet everyone of his expeditions require him to believe in something that you cannot prove. I find … More Indiana Jones…My Hero
Everywhere I look I am bombarded with catchy slogans, and ad campaigns to get people to come to a building on a Sunday morning. Whether it’s win a giant screen TV, or come watch the pastor swallow a live goldfish (I actually did that), or some other ploy to get you in the doors, it’s … More This Church is Not For You
Growing up in the denomination that I did, I always had a sense that I didn’t quite fit in. I tried to talk like, act like, and dress like all the people around me; but it just didn’t work. Years later, I have realized that many of those people are still wearing the same clothes, … More Why Don’t They Like Me?