What Happens In Vegas…

One really good idea that the folks at Mars Hill Church have implemented is a question and answer session after various sermons. The way it works is that listeners can text questions during the sermon, and someone backstage collects and filters the questions, and then delivers them to the pastor at the end of the… Continue reading What Happens In Vegas…

Religion Saves – Review

A few weeks back, I shared my excitement about a new book, Religions Saves, and Nine Other Misconceptions. I wrote a few posts since then, talking about individual chapters (1 and 2), but today I’m excited to be on the official blog tour. So, here’s my overall review of the book (and please forgive me… Continue reading Religion Saves – Review

I love technology (and my parents)

Yesterday, at work, I downloaded the newest sermon from Mark Driscoll at Mars Hill Church. I got really excited when I read the title: “Trinity: God Is”. It turns out that they started a series on ‘Doctrine’! I love it! But my work has been so intense that I haven’t been able to focus enough… Continue reading I love technology (and my parents)

“A person’s a person, no matter how small”

I was listening to NPR this morning, and heard an interesting story. Apparently, the Dr. Seus book “Horton Hears a Who” has always been associated with the abortion debate. The premise of the book is that an elephant discovers that a whole world of “who’s” live on a dust speck that he discovers, so he… Continue reading “A person’s a person, no matter how small”

Mark Driscoll is a fan of… Mark Driscoll?

I went to respond to some wall posts on facebook this morning, and this is what I saw in my little news feed thingy: “Mark Driscoll became a fan of Mark Driscoll.” I actually listened to a very short podcast yesterday where he explained that facebook capped him at 5,000 friends, so now if you… Continue reading Mark Driscoll is a fan of… Mark Driscoll?