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Sep 4, 2007

Facts and Trends is the flagship magazine for all things LifeWay. It's good stuff.

The graphic from the last issue says it all:

Even after mocking my Hawaiian shirt, their had the audacity to put me on the "Ask ____" column at the new Facts and Trends Online.

So, if you are not ...

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Sep 1, 2007

LifeWay Research is launching a multi-phase research project to help churches who are interested in transitioning into multi-site ministry by learning from those churches who have already become multi-site.

If your church is a multi-site church and you are willing to share ...

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Aug 29, 2007

I can't say it was always my goal to be in Christianity Today, but I was hoping for a different introduction in the magazine!

My friend, Mark Driscoll, was featured in the print issue today. It is not yet online, but I will link when it is. I think it is a fair article. Mark ...

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Aug 29, 2007

Earl Creps

Earl and I had a chance to visit on Friday and Saturday. Earl posts a nice list of 13 things that he likes about my denomination.

Twelve of them are true and I appreciate each of them!

On that "other" one:

Though Sara Cunningham was raised in a SBC church, she is ...

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Aug 27, 2007

Today, I visited a joint command center operated by the Coast Guard. You can find out more about what the Coast Guard does here.

I cannot blog on all the operations due to security reasons, but I do have permission to share a few things.

One of the more interesting moments ...

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Aug 27, 2007

I can't seem to upload my next post without my browser crashing.

Monday is for Missiology will be up soon.

Sorry.

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Aug 25, 2007

I am at First Baptist Norfolk today.

It seems that there are two "First" Baptist megachurches in Norfolk, one here and the one I am at here. Interestingly, according to pastor Eric Thomas, it was the predominantly African-American "First" Baptist that birthed the predominantly ...

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Aug 24, 2007

Bob Roberts

Bob Roberts called me Monday night, too late like usual. (Bob does too much GlocalTrekking to sleep normal hours.) He told me some exciting things, but if I told you, people would die (those of you who know Bob will get the humor). Bob is doing a new book on church ...

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Aug 24, 2007

I'm in Phoenix today at the Arizona Church Equipping Conference with, among many fine speakers, are two men who are way more spiritual than I.

Don Whitney is one of my favorite writers on spiritual formation... as is Earl Creps but in a totally different way. It's great to ...

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Aug 23, 2007

This weekend I spent a day with the Anglicans in Charlotte, NC.

A few years ago, Bishop Chuck Murphy asked me to come and speak at the Anglican Mission in Americas (AMiA) annual meeting in 2005 and 2006. I made some friends there and built some relationships and now I am occasionally ...

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Aug 22, 2007

This Sunday we attended Long Hollow Baptist Church. It's a huge church, about 4,000 people on Sundays. David Landrith, the pastor, is a great communicator.

We sung "They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love." It must have been "70's day," which is always a plus for a man my ...

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Aug 20, 2007

The folks at Sermon Central just released an article I wrote on contextual preaching. See it here and feel free to dialogue in the comments.

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Aug 17, 2007

Last weekend, I was in Jackson, MS.

The people at Ridgecrest Baptist Church invited me to lead their church leadership retreat. I knew I was in trouble when Mike McCool picked me up and told me he had a sleeping bag for me. Turn out it really was a retreat, bunk beds and ...

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Aug 16, 2007

I recently wrote two blogs (here and here) concerning John Piper's moving exhortation to church planters at the Global Church Advancement conference.

Now you can see the actual video here.

This once again demonstates that John Piper is bad.

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Aug 16, 2007

I just finished a two hour conference call with a group of IMB leaders gathered in England. They came from five regions around the world to strategize about how to engage our churches in global mission. Great people. Great heart for God's mission.

Here is an example of some ...

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