Monthly Archives : May 2009

Book Review – The Noticer

"Come here son...come into the light" Every once in a while (actually probably more often than that) I need a swift kick in the pants. I often live a life without the right perspective. I see only the things that I want to see without noticing more about the people around.
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Time, glass gems, and kids

In my consulting work, I often encourage visual people (you know who you are) to create images, symbols, or objects that represent something important to them and place them somewhere that they will clearly be on their mind often. I was practicing a little preaching last week. My oldest son, Caleb, will
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Good reasons not to invite friends to church

In February, our church brought in a consultant named Paul Borden to take a peak at how we were doing as a church. Borden recommended a number things to the leadership that needed to be addressed. Among the shortlist of the major issues were the following (this is my paraphrase
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keep moving forward reframed

I was really encouraged by this post by Blaine Smith: http://nehemiahministries.com/keepingmotion.htm Ryan Smyth (see his comments under this post). should take a look at that one and see what he thinks. Keep moving forward, Greg
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