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Adventures In Missing The Point – Part II

Last week, after a brief rant about how awful the movie GI Joe was (it was truly horrible), I talked about the prodigal son and how he completely missed the point of his freedom.  But did you know the prodigal had a brother who also missed the point? In this way they were almost like […]

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Adventures In Missing The Point – Part I

Like most men, I enjoy movies.  Well, I should say I enjoy most movies.  Occasionally, I will see a movie that is so bad, so ridiculous, so horrible that I wish theaters had a money back policy.  I’m sure you know the kind of movie I am talking about.  The one where you walk out […]

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Guest Post – It’s My Life….Kinda

This post originally appeared on rickcarrol.blogspot.ca, a blog run by Rick Carrol (bet you didn’t see that one coming).  Rick serves as a campus pastor for Portico church in Milton, Ontario.  When he isn’t sharing his wisdom with the world via his blog, Rick stays busy doing the pastoral work of going to Starbucks & […]

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Jesus Calling – Using Your Smartphone To Build Your Faith

This week, Apple announced the new iPhone 6.  One thing is certain, on the day it’s released, there will be lines of people waiting early and eagerly in front of Apple stores to be among the first to get their hands on one.  Cell phones have become such a huge part of our daily lives […]

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The Benefits of Being a Detroit Lions Fan

I grew up in Kingsville, Ontario, the southern most town in Canada.  It’s south of Windsor and only a half hour from Detroit, Michigan.  Growing up so close to Detroit, it was awesome to have so many great sports options to choose from.  There was the Tigers, who won the World Series in 1984 (I […]

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Good Reads – God In My Everything

In our busy, 21st century, North American life, it’s hard to remember that our world of speed, productivity and ever increasing demands is not the way everyone operates. We get sucked into a pace of life that constantly demands more and gives less thinking if we can just get ahead of it all, we will […]

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Guest Post – Give Us the Right Feet For the Path

This post originally appeared on THEACTUALPASTOR.COM, a blog run by Steve Wiens.  In addition to sharing his thoughts with the world via his blog, Steve is also planting a church in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  It’s a great read!

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A Midsummer Days Ramblings

Back when I was in high school, older people used to tell me that as I aged, time would seem to move faster and faster. During those long summer days, I had two typical responses to that statement: 1) Old people are crazy. 2) Speeding up time wouldn’t be a bad thing because I am […]

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Guest Post – Stumbling Through Psalm 47

This post is originally from Scott Stiller, who has two blogs, SCOTTSTILLER.CA and FATTHEOLOGY.COM and pastors a church in Ottawa Ontario.   Clearly, he is a guy who understands time management. It’s a great article worth re-posting. Enjoy!

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Don’t Be Velcro!

Velcro is an incredible product, so simple yet so useful. It has relieved kids of the need to learn how to tie their shoes, provided us with wallets that no one can silently sneak into and given David Letterman something to play with on late night tv. Now while velcro is an alien technology (as […]

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