Apps for Missional Living

It’s no secret, but I love technology. I especially love technology when it makes me more productive. When I’m more productive, more missional activity takes place, life is more efficient and I can focus on executing the vision that I’m pursuing. These apps help me to “number” my days in a “21st century” kind of […]

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Choose to Live Uncomfotable

Sometimes, I think one of the best things we can do in life is to commit to the uncomfortable. Western Christians tend to worship security, safety and stability. That pursuit can easily become our God. The problem is the gospel seems to share different values, such as faith, risk, trust, and sacrifice. It would seem […]

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Embracing Travel

There is something incredible sexy and cool when you write a blog post “30,000 feet in the air.” There’s a tendency to feel important when one travels. Although, I have to be honest, I’ve been on airplanes a lot lately, and I don’t necessary like it. But, I’m embracing travel as part of my new […]

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Great Thoughts

I’ve recently read a few posts that I think are important and should be read by the masses, therefore I’m doing my part to pass on the links. Tony Morgan shares his thoughts on the new “traditional church.” I think EVERY pastor should take Tony’s words to heart. We HAVE to be willing to do […]

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Missional Ethos

Just a random thought. But, I do think it’s important, especially for those trying to grasp what it means to be a missional church. Yesterday, after service at Soma, a group of us were eating at Torchy’s Tacos, one of their members said this: Sunday, is basically an after-thought to us, it’s the rest of […]

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