Monthly Archives: April 2011

Hancock, The Train, and Confirmation Bias

There’s a scene in the movie, Hancock that got me thinking about a declaration I’ve heard in many churches in which I’ve been involved. Here’s a guy with all of the resources in the world to do whatever needs to … Continue reading

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The Illusion of Unity

Unity – u·ni·ty [yoo-ni-tee]–noun the state of being one; oneness. a whole or totality as combining all its parts into one. the state or fact of being united or combined into one, as of the parts of a whole; unification. … Continue reading

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Domino Strategy

Like lining up dominoes for a dynamic display, more than ten times in the book of Ephesians Paul explains his vision for them with the phrase, “so that”, “also that”, “in order that”.  He asks our glorious Father to give … Continue reading

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Making Pie

It’s called the Great Commission with reason. It’s not just a good commission. And it’s not just a great suggestion.  It is the final instructions from Christ to His followers. All of His work up to this point was to … Continue reading

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The Well-Trained Stay on Track

I grew up with railroad tracks running behind my house. I cannot remember a time that I could go to sleep without hearing the clackity-clack of the wheels on the tracks, box car after box car rumbling by in the … Continue reading

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