Monthly Archives: October 2009

Single Parenting

I ran across this article the other day on single parenting from Focus on the Family. Thought it might be helpful…

Posted in Simply Blabbing

Big Spiritedness

One true description of church life is that at times we’ve been too narrow-minded. Not necessarily theologically, but experientially. For example, we may preach the Gospel is for all, but experientially, sometimes we limit it to people like us only.

Posted in Prayer/Devotional Thoughts

Say the color, not the word

Try it…

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Conflict brings Growth

Just read this over at Tim Stevens blog: Change. Conflict. Growth. That’s the sequence. Many people won’t change. Or they do change and then stop at the conflict, and they never experience the growth. – Ed Young at the Story

Posted in Prayer/Devotional Thoughts

Mocking faith or Having Fun?

What do you make of the U of Minnesota mascot's actions a week ago…

Posted in Simply Blabbing

New fangled swirly light bulbs/strobe light

So I recently bought a 3 pack of these funny looking light bulbs…the 9 year life length won me over…not to mention the thought of saving the earth, whales, and the Earth’s outer crust. BUT…when we turn the thing on,

Posted in Simply Blabbing

God’s presence – is it really all we need?

I was listening to a message from Paul Scanlon today, and something he said really sunk in…in essence, this is his thoughts, with mine mixed in: I’ve grown up in the charismatic/Pentecostal circles, and am very glad for this! I’m

Posted in Prayer/Devotional Thoughts

Want her to pray for you?

Have you seen this video floating around there in blog-land?  Would you like Hannah to pray for you the next time you have a need???

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EC Students

Heard that they had 16 students at the launch of our Elkhart Campus student ministries this past Wednesday night! How about that…

Posted in Pathway Thoughts

Elkhart Campus Pics from Oct 18th

This is what it looked like!

Posted in Pathway Thoughts
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