We have coffee, internet, smart phones, Happy Monday… should be good to go!
Saw this ad in a Christian magazine:
What does the fox see?
Doctor Emmett Brown might say “Your sandwich hasn’t been made yet, so make it a good one.” Chose this day whom you will serve, and have a Happy Monday!
That’s the can do attitude we like to see! Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow (last minute reminder there guys. February 14th, every year.) Not everybody does Valentine’s Day so we’ll feature a few things that are and a few things that aren’t today. We’re all doing Monday together, so here we go. Continue reading
If you’re thinking “Wow, this guy hasn’t written an actual blog post in a while” you’re right. The weekly Happy Monday posts will turn 5 this summer but I spend a lot more time now on social media (lots of Facebook, little bit of Twitter) than I do blogging. I’m pastoring a church and maintaining the church website, hopefully some readers are following that as well. There is an RSS feed in the left-hand sidebar, most of the posts are Sunday sermons.
The title of this post is not “Expository vs. Topical Preaching.” I’m not doing a straight compare and contrast of the two forms, but kind of hoping you know at least a little something about them. What I want to do is explain why I prefer one to the other without avoiding the other completely. Continue reading
Congrats Lady Gaga on winning the Super Bowl LI halftime show. * Continue reading
That’s what I call a super bowl. There are three reasons people come together for a Super Bowl party: 1) to watch the game, 2) for the food 3) and some just enjoy getting together with friends and everyone having a good time. With the Atlanta Falcons playing next week I will actually be interested in the game. But if that falls through there’s always the other stuff, plus the commercials so you know, something for everyone. Continue reading
This week two years ago: Krispy Kreme pokes a little fun at Deflategate. Speaking of Tom Brady, he will be facing the Atlanta Falcons in Houston February 5th at Super Bowl LI. Continue reading