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Recommended Reading About How to View Osama’s Death

As the internet gets overloaded with everyone’s opinions about how to feel and not to feel about Osama’s death, I though I would link to some posts that really stood out from the pack for me. Revenge is Not the Way– Fr. John Dear, S.J. is a Jesuit priest, peace activist, lecturer, and writer of approximately twenty books on nonviolence, …

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A Few Videos

I’ve stopped doing links on my site and moved over to Google Reader, Delicious and Twitter as a better way to share things I’m doing, reading and watching online. It’s much less time-consuming and less in your face if you aren’t interested. I’ve shared these videos via Google Reader, but I just think they are …

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Links for Feb 18, 2009

Authenticity, for me, is doing what you promise, not “being who you are”. Great little post by Seth. When we were in South Africa and Swaziland I was amazed at how many children and people had cell phones. One child would have no family, barely a home, but he would have a cell phone. It …

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Links for February 09, 2009

A Tale of Two Realities by Zaya Kuyena. This was posted by my friend Zaya who has been a great supporter of our conference but shares some struggles with conferences like ours; struggles that I have but aren’t nearly as central to my heart. So this was a good post and needed. Suggestions from the …

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Links for February 3, 2009

The price of experience. Really interesting observation. New church downtown Toronto If you are in Toronto on Feb 15, make sure you go to Love Comes Down. Click for more info. Lon is a cool guy that is really doing some great things in the Toronto area. Offset your emissions. It sucks that once again …

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Links for January 27, 2009

I don’t really follow Twitter accounts. I find them annoying and usually uninformative. There are very few people in this world that I want to have minute by minute updates on their lives and none of those people use Twitter. With that being said, if people used Twitter like Leonard Sweet does, as Michelle points …

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Links for January 9, 2008

This is just wild. (ht) It’s like Jesus is saying “hey, look I know it’s supposed to cost you something to go where no one else will go, but here I’ll make it easy for you, I won’t make it cost you anything out of your pocket, just give up your life and go here, …

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Links for December 27, 2008

The kids at theStory put together a quick video for the Christmas Eve service, it was well received and hilarious (probably mostly because they are our kids.) Joe’s documentary was in the Observer today. A view of alternative churches celebrating faith By TYLER KULA, THE OBSERVER Joe Manafo spent 18 months travelling the country to …

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Links for December 23, 2008

The Bible & Homosexuality: Enough with the Bible Already Kinnon on Keller on Fitch on Kimball on Missional Growth? I really enjoyed this issue of Geez that just came out. Phil Nellis has a bunch more artwork out. Check it out. Loved this one. Top 100 Sites of 2008 Good gift ideas (a little to …

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