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August 2006

Dinner With A Fellow Blogger

I am traveling for business in Lexington, KY this week and while here, I was able to connect with Darrell Jordan. He is a great guy, who is a blogger and has a heart for ministry. We went out for… Continue Reading →

3cords

Check out FellowshipOne’s new site, 3cords. The Mission To provide an open community for Christian leaders to Learn, Educate, Advise, and Disciple each other for the purpose of increasing the effectiveness of the local church. Check it out. It will… Continue Reading →

Google Office — Hang On, Here It Comes

I have been really out of touch for the last few days, this may be old news, but I think it’s cool, so here goes. Thanks to  TechMeme for pointing me to TechCrunch’s post, Google Makes Its Move: Office 2.0…. Continue Reading →

A Good Blog

I have always wanted to have a good blog. I read something recently that detailed the things that were included in a good blog and I was already doing nearly all the things that were listed except for one. (of… Continue Reading →

Called to Complacency

Complacency A feeling of contentment or self-satisfaction, especially when coupled with an unawareness of danger, trouble, or controversy. An instance of contented self-satisfaction. Contentment – happiness with one’s situation in life Content – Desiring no more than what one has;… Continue Reading →

Multimedia Resources

Well, I went to Promise Keepers in Kansas City last weekend and it was great to get away. I have been the past 3 years and was not planning on going this year, due to my hectic schedule and because… Continue Reading →

Church Video Ideas – New Blog

If you read this blog regularly, then you have heard of my recent frustrations learning experiences with video editing.  I know now it is not something to just jump into and assume it will be smooth sailing, it takes some… Continue Reading →

Arena Scoop…..From The Source

Jon Edmiston recently compiled a list of Arena’s features on his blog. What is Arena, you ask, and who is Jon Edmiston? Jon is the Director of IT at Christ’s Church of the Valley and Arena is the name that… Continue Reading →

Central Kentucky Computers and Networking

I have written about the difficulties of finding a person with technical expertise and a heart for ministry.  Technical people are literally a dime a dozen but the church needs more than just skill, the church needs passion for ministry,… Continue Reading →

ChMS Thoughts

Lately, I have been thinking alot about ChMS (Church Management Systems) and digging deeper.  There is something that I have never quite understood and I figured I would understand it now, at the point I’m at.  I have been given… Continue Reading →

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