Monthly Archives: April 2007

I’ve Been Interviewed by the iMonk

For those of you who don’t regularly read Michael Spencer’s Internet Monk blog, I wanted to point you to an interview Michael recently did with me. The topic was “Worship and Music” and Michael gave me four very insightful questions … Continue reading

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Formerly Known — More Food for Thought

Recently, I linked to a thought-provoking post by Bill Kinnon called “The People Formerly Known as the Congregation“. Understandably, there have been some mixed reactions to this post, and it has sparked something of a small phenomenon around parts of … Continue reading

Posted in Ministry, Relationships, Wish I Had Written This! | 71 Comments

Organic Leadership

As most of you know, I’m a musician. And my “day job” during the school year is with Appalachian State University‘s School of Music. I’m an accompanist there, mostly working with vocal students, but also occasionally with some instrumentalists. This … Continue reading

Posted in Relationships, Simple Church | 30 Comments

Live Like Jesus

In the recent discussion about the conference we attended (Original or Not: The Last Twelve Verses of Mark), there were some questions in the comments about whether or not wrestling over the validity of a relatively small snippet of Scripture … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Behavior, Scripture Interpretation | 10 Comments

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark: Original or Not?

As I have already mentioned here, the past two days, Christy and I had the opportunity to drive down to Wake Forest, NC (the town, not the University) to attend a conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The conference was … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Personal | 18 Comments