Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

I have to appreciate the honesty. #sermonsnooze pic.twitter.com/klrlYSc4hk — Matt Horan (@matthoran) October 8, 2014

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Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

While we’re trying to please people who will never be happy, we often leave others waiting out in the car who are ready go change the world. — Matt Horan (@matthoran) October 25, 2014

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Oct 25 2014

John Meunier: Do you want to be healthy?

You have no reason to take the recommendation I am about to make. I have no place dispensing advice on leadership or fostering organizational health. I’m a Myers-Briggs INFP who has spent most of my life in more-or-less solitary work. … Continue reading

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Oct 25 2014

Encourage One Another Daily: Live Like That: Weekend Praise

Each weekend holds endless possibilities. And, we determine how to embrace it. I don’t know what your weekend looks like, but I challenge you, as God challenges me, to live in a way that reveals God’s love to everyone you encounter.  This Sidewalk Prophets song can inspire us today. Ask yourself the question, “Was I love?” […]

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Oct 25 2014

Threads from Henry's Web: Headed to Reimagine Brownsville

I’ll again be giving out books at a table at this important event. You can find out more about Reimagine at their web site. I’ll try to post some pictures through the day, but those who know me, know that taking pictures and remembering to post them is not one of my gifts!

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Oct 25 2014

Seedbed: A Theology of Productivity

Chad Brooks, host of the Productive Pastor podcast, challenges us to move past our culture’s values of production of consumption and into a theology of productivity that establishes us within God’s call for our lives and allows for a holistic observance of the Sabbath.

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