Archives For March 2010

We live…

March 22, 2010 — Leave a comment

Welcolme to a data world

…in the corridors between the rooms of joy and suffering.

– Rob Bell via @Kimded

UPDATE: Thomas and Laura have some great posts on Rob Bell’s recent visit to Scotland as well.


The ways of the world differ from the ways of the kingdom. In the economy of God’s kingdom, big does not beget big. It’s precisely the opposite. The overwhelming message of Jesus’ life and teaching is that small begets big.

– Skye Jethani The Divine Commodity
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St Peters Brewery

Originally posted at

I’ve witnessed a couple great examples of people truly living out love and forgiveness recently in my life — especially through some people very close to me. Their stories inspire me to believe that while St. Peter’s Brewery may be a fictional story — the ideas contained within it can truly be lived out day by day. Here’s a couple excerpts from Chapter 8 of St. Peter’s Brewery that deal with these ideas:
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Discussion on Ephesians 4

March 17, 2010 — 1 Comment

We’re discussing the 2nd half of Ephesians 4 this morning at What-A-Burger.

Would love to get your input on it in the comments below. I’ll share mine a little later in the day.
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Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie performing at the Street Scene music festival in San Diego. | Photo from Wikipedia

Death Cab for Cutie has been coming up more and more on my Muse station on Pandora.

Really starting to dig them more and more. Especially their track, Little Bribes.

I’m wondering — what album(s) are essential for Death Cab for Cutie fans?

What tracks should a new fan look for?

Imagine if we all sought to be leaders like this:

How different would our institutions be? How different would our communities of faith be? How different would our communities be? How different would our families be?

(video from Seth Godin)