I had just finished my sophomore year of college in the summer of 2000, and had trekked back home across country with a friend of mine ready to make some money that summer. Dad had recently been re-diagnosed with a brain tumor, I had academic probation looming, and hadn't yet told my parents about my… Continue reading Dry Cleaning, Youth Ministry, and the Art of Kintsugi.
One of the easiest ministry traps to fall into is over-calendaring your ministry. Early on in my ministry career I struggled with this, and have worked hard to find a balance that makes sense for our church. Even with the addition of several events to our calendar this year, we run a pretty sparse calendar… Continue reading Ministry Toolbox: The Minimalist Calendar
I saw a link for this video a few weeks ago, and was immediately drawn in to see how these two styles of art would work together. The end result was pretty impressive. This performance highlights a popular pratctice in creative design; utilizing new and old together to create a unique piece, or structure. It… Continue reading Beatboxing with Julliard.
This past week I was blessed to preach at NVC on the subject of Peace, coming from Colossians 3. He are a few notes from the sermon that I'd like to share. You can check out the full sermon audio/ video at newvintagesd.org. Godly peace is more than a moment or a destination. It is an… Continue reading Ministry Goal: Peace