May 2009

Embracing Judas

Judas Iscariot is infamous throughout church history as the betrayer of Jesus. The story of Judas brings up a heap of issues such as Did Judas have a choice? Was the life of Judas predestined for evil? Was his betrayal necessary for the salvation of humanity? If so, should he get some credit here? Some […]

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Hip 2B Holy on Global TV

According to Global TV: There’s a Christian reformation stirring in Canada’s Christian churches. Forsaking the traditional pew and altar, these Christians are dropping pop culture references, defying the orthodoxy, and creating their own brands of worship. Suddenly, it’s hip to be holy. To which I say, really?  I can’t honestly say I see a ‘reformation’ […]

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Burning Hot Raging Lust

I’m speaking this Sunday in 12-15 and 16-18 year old gatherings on lust. I’ve done a bunch of sex talks before, but it’s been a while, plus i speak predominantly to adults year round. Got thoughts besides ‘keep your pants on’? Got info on trends, or how to engage especially the younger crowd on the […]

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Why tribes, not money or factories, will change the world.

Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so. What do you think?

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Caving into Thesis…

SolarCrash.com now runs on the thesis framework. I bought into it because I wanted to refresh this site and am planning on doing some site development for others. I’m also really banking on the search engine optimization hype all over it. Finding a promotional discount also helped. I was exploring Thematic, and some other frameworks […]

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Servolution Blog Tour

Q&A on SolarCrash with Dinno Rizzo for his Servolution Book Blog Tour Dino what are your thoughts on inviting those who have yet to stumble into Jesus to serve along side of us?  And what are some good ways of doing so without it being too weird as our intentions in serving may not entirely […]

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APEST 360 results

I helped beta test APEST 360 recently, developed by Alan Hirsch. The APEST assessment is a profiling instrument designed to assist you in finding your ministry style in relation to the philosophy of the fivefold ministry of Ephesians 4 (Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Shepherds, Teachers). It has emerged from 10 years of practical application of this model in various […]

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Pimpin’

Join the Origins project community – A network initiated by Dan Kimball, Erwin McManus, Scot McKnight, and many others.  There’s a group just for Canadians as well. Check out Refresh Worship, a hub for events going on in Toronto Need cool motion graphics design work?  Get in touch with my friend Jeff. Wedding and Engagement […]

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