The Beauty of a Finite Existence – and Technology

There was an excellent piece in the New York Times this weekend by the novelist Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close) called “How Not to Be Alone.” In it, Foer talks about how our technologies make us alone – and what we lose from that: Only those with no imagination, and no grounding [Read More...]

The New Easter Greeting? “He is Risen! Find Us On Facebook”

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In the gold ‘ol days, we used to say, “He is risen. He is risen, indeed!” Now . . . [Read more...]

What is Your Church’s Front Porch? Could It Be Digital?

My computer enjoys the porch of a coffee bar in Hanalei, Hawaii.

Anthony B. Robinson has written an excellent piece for Faith & Leadership: “Building a Front Porch.” He seeks to answer these mission critical questions: How can church leaders create an intermediate space where people can begin to learn that church isn’t an entertainment experience? How can churches build the front porch, creating a space where [Read More...]

Yes, Even Google Can Mess Up Big Time! Oak Hills Church Actually Does Worship on Sunday

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A friend of mine was visiting from out of town and expressed some interest in attending one of the Sunday morning services at Oak Hills Church, widely known as the home church of Max Lucado. So, I Googled “oak hills church” on my iPad. What appeared, right before the link to the Oak Hills website, [Read More...]


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