Monthly Archives: January 2009

Remembering the Important Things

I have to be really honest with you (which comes as no surprise to those who know me).  There are times of serious frustration in my life.  Frustration with the system I was born into, raised in, and now work … Continue reading

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IGNITION @ 2009 Adventist Ministries Convention

IGNITION at the 2009 Adventist Ministries Convention was a whirlwind of worship, wonderful fellowship, and worthwhile presentations.  Like a collection of snapshots, I’m finding it easier to show you glimpses than to translate the awesome moments into words. Dr. Tim … Continue reading

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I’m doing my first evangelistic series this spring, March 28-April 11. I’d like your ideas. What would you suggest for a theme? Topics? What might a night look like? We’re a 400 member church in the suburbs of Houston. Our … Continue reading

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On January 23-24, 2009, young adults from across the Northwest will be gathering at the University of Washington, Seattle, for an exciting three-part series of GODencounters, which is a movement of young adults who are wholeheartedly seeking a 24/7 experience … Continue reading

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Turning Revolting Young Adults into Revolutionaries

Research tells us that the median age for American Adventists is well into the 50s, and across the North American Division, young adults of all denominations are “putting their faith on the shelf.” Studies indicate nearly one of every two … Continue reading

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