Every week, I lead a small group of teenagers at a bible study. Every week I start with the same questions. Keep that in mind, we’ll come back. Years ago I was a part of a small group of college students. From that small group, a church grew up. One of the first things we(…)
Our Beliefs about God. Who He is and what He does. This informs our worldview and how we create our culture.
I have a friend, John. John does some really cool things, he’s super smart, and he’s been very helpful in terms of thinking through technology. He wrote a book that you should read. I’m telling you this, because historically I haven’t thought about technology as broad as I do now. What I mean is that,(…)
At my heart, I’m a geek. No, not a geek. A hacker. Some of you are hackers and don’t know it. According to Wikipedia’s 3rd definition a hacker is someone “who combines excellence, playfulness, cleverness and exploration in performed activities”. [Tweet That] You can check it out here. So, I do work with computers and(…)
There’s a phrase the you hear a lot. I’ll start it and you finish it. “You reap what you….” OK, got the phrase? If not, just wait. I’ll come back to it later. I was helping someone walk through conflict with another friend a few weeks ago. The hard part in communicating during conflict is
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