Monthly Archives: January 2008



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The Count

It’s not about the numbers. It never has been. Of course, if you follow this blog at all, you know that already. But saying it is a whole lot easier than meaning it. I made a commitment last year to … Continue reading

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This Is My Body

Us: “Why are you so judgmental? This is MY body. I can drink what I want, eat what I want, watch what I want, do what I want, say what I want, have sex with whomever I want, and deal … Continue reading

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I Would Have No Problems If There Were No People

Sorry if the blog posts have been a little sparse. Unfortunately, that is likely to be a trend for the time-being. My advice is to write something yourself, and then read that. ;-) But I will share with you a … Continue reading

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Ryan the Rookie

Today was my sixth day working a new job. It’s a pretty big deal to me, since I worked at Second Baptist for 2 1/2 years, and now I am employed by Trader’s Printing in downtown Springfield. This is also … Continue reading

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Deuce: Leadership vs. Community

There is a post-modern tension in the church when people look at community on the one hand and leadership on the other. It’s like watching people watch a tennis match. They look back and forth, and begin to be troubled … Continue reading

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