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The Path Of Most Resistance, Week 5 — The “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” Sermon Rewind
March 13, 2017 0

Time change Sunday. Snow storm Sunday. But not so much snow we’d cancel church; just enough so that attendance would be dramatically impacted (halved). So what do you do? Give the people who show the best you got. And I like the message a lot as it takes Romans 8:18-23 IN CONTEXT and serves up Read the full article…

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A Big 48 Hours Ahead
March 10, 2017 0

Here’s what’s up: Tonight, Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m., we’re having another Night Of Worship in the Moss Road Worship Center.  Full on, full color, all out Holy Spirit celebration. You won’t want to miss it. Saturday March 11 before you go to bed — SPRING FORWARD!  Make sure to advance your clocks / Read the full article…

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#TBT — Fall, 1967, Turning Six
March 9, 2017 0

Here’s a childhood picture I shared with our staff on our Whimsy-Centric Staff Meeting Day (everyone had to submit a baby picture and then we took turns guessing who was who).   Some highlights from this day: It was a Dinosaur Party because my mom didn’t want me to have a Batman Party.  I was Read the full article…

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What A New Guest Revealed About My Insecurity, Methodist Superstardom, & The Soul Of Good Shepherd
March 8, 2017 2

Over the last two weeks, we’ve had a new guest at Good Shepherd, a man who is in the middle of relocating to the Carolinas from another part of the country. On his first Sunday among us, Ron Dozier was preaching and I was sitting in the congregation.  Our new guest approached me before the service even began, Read the full article…

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five Keys To Financial Health In A Church
March 7, 2017 0

This blog title is a bit presumptuous as it suggests I’ve got it all figured out. Well, I don’t. Yet for a variety of reasons, Good Shepherd has long had financial health as a church. In the worst of the 2008-2009 recession, for example, we had our best of years up to that time in Read the full article…

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