Working out my thoughts for a talk to a group young black teenage males who are not “churched”. Freestyle with me…
I had a great conversation with some friends and our discussion found its way to the discussion of church. I know, me talking about the nature of the Church, surprise surprise!!! Anyways, one friend knowing my long term goal to do a church plant, asked how I would ensure that I did not fall intoContinue reading “Not Different but Faithful”
I know I have thrown out the term Missional at various times on this site, with out spending the time to define what it is. While I have critiqued aspects of it as a movement, and how it has been lived out, I tend to agree with the overall theological foundations and assumptions. A friendContinue reading “What is Missional?”
For the last few days, I away at Ecclesia’s National Gathering. Ecclesia is a missional network that specializes in coming around church planters and church leaders to relevantly minister to a rapidly changing culture. I had some great dialogue with many people while I was there and definitely left with a lot to think aboutContinue reading “Ecclesia National Gathering, 2010: Missional & White”
All my bible readers out there, don’t you love it when you find a powerful passage that you can chew on for weeks? Or how about when you find a verse that is jam packed with a bunch of goodies for you to chew on for a hot minute? We love a good passage orContinue reading “Reading the Bible Deep AND Wide”
Messiah College Centennial Celebrations: Keynote lecture Henry Louis Gates Jr. Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University Messiah College Humanities Symposium Lecture “Genetics and Genealogy” • February 25, 2010, 8:00 p.m. Brubaker Auditorium, Eisenhower Campus Center Henry Louis Gates Jr., Ph.D.,Continue reading “Messiah College Hosts Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Feb. 25th”
Had to throw this clip in cause it was funny. Jon Stewart is actually challenging Keith Olbermann for being too nasty (I know it sounds like bizarro world, right?). Enjoy.
On February 4th, 1913, Rosa Parks was born. She is now famously thought of as the “mother of the civil rights movement” for courageously sitting down on that city bus, so that the African American community could finally take a stand. It was her faith and resilience that gave her the strength to make thatContinue reading “Happy Birthday Rosa Parks!!!”
The brilliant Dr. West shares words of challenge and encouragement with our President.
I have a recent sermon available for the month of February that can be downloaded for free. Just click on my “free freestyles” page where you will find the link. As well, I often offer other free resources on that page as well. Enjoy.