Monthly Archives: November 2007

In the Zone

You’ll notice over the next few weeks of messages that I’m really not trying to give you the top 10 things you need to do to be blessed. Or the 25 ways to handle your money. Those are both great

Posted in Pathway Thoughts

7 years from now

This Sunday it will be 7 years since we started Pathway. Can’t help but remember the garage days (Dec. 2000 – Jan. 2003…see picture above). Setting up, tearing down…only to setup and tear down the next week…and the next week…and

Posted in Pathway Thoughts

Operation Blessing, Part 2

Update…so many of you are stepping up to help James and Michelle that their list of needs is dwindling! That doesn’t mean we need to lay off, it just means we need to keep up to date on what is

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Journaling and Jesus

Spent most of today at the Lindenwood Retreat Center; praying, reading, and journaling.  Journaling…a few years ago I would have probably been embarrassed to admit I journaled.  Today, I leave Lindenwood with 6 typed pages of journal stuff.  I really

Posted in Simply Blabbing

Operation Blessing

Most of you are aware that a family who have recently started attending Pathway lost their house 2 weeks ago in a fire.  Several of our LG’s have been working on helping them replace what was lost!  If you’d like

Posted in Pathway Thoughts

Hanging Out with LG Leaders

Completely pumped about the opportunity Megan and I have this Saturday night to hang out with our Life Group leaders.  LG leaders are at the heart of Pathway.  I, and the other staff, could not do what we do if

Posted in Pathway Thoughts

God is for Me!

Woke up this morning with this verse in my mind – Romans 8:31, "If God is for us, who can be against us?" God is for you today!

Posted in Prayer/Devotional Thoughts

Sabbatical – Who’s Leading the Church?

I want to follow up on some thoughts about my upcoming Sabbatical this summer. Notice the Sabbatical Category listed to the right under the "Category" heading. Click there to read about more Sabbatical stuff! Question – who will be leading

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Sunday night thoughts

2 thoughts tonight: 1) It never gets old. Never! Baptizing people that have recently made the decision to follow Christ – there is no high like it! A few weeks ago, I corresponded through email with Sean Royer, soldier fighting

Posted in Simply Blabbing

If you enjoy blogging, and ND football (as much as a 3-9 season can be enjoyed), take a few minutes to read John Walters NBC Sports blog. The guys game day blog of ND games are hilarious (at least I

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