Showing posts from December, 2010

14 Hours and Counting

2010 will soon be over. We lived through YTK - Hurricanes Francis, Jeanne, Charley, Wilma and Ivan. - 9/11 - The Iraqi War - Three presidential elections. I lived though a kidney stone, a cancer scare, a church split and a host of other "stuff". What was the highlight of my decade? You have to ask?

2 Days and Counting Down

Did you know that the reason why the area code for the space coast is 321 is because of the countdown? You know 10 - 9 - 8 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 321!!

3 Days!!!

The new layout is ready and I have started some writing. I don't know if I am looking forward to the new year or if I am just happy to get 2010 behind me.

4 Days until the Big Reveal!

Inspiration comes various places and things. Paying attention to life inspires.

7 Days

Good thing I didn't start today. Wow! Christmas was awesome, but I'm exhausted!

8 Days and Counting

It's Christmas Eve! Enjoy this weekend with family or friends. But most of all enjoy it with Jesus!

9 more days!!!

I have finally got a new look (after going through about 50 of them) and have started writing some new material for the new year! I'm feeling good about this!

10 Days and Counting

I was wondering today - If a Christian doesn't behave like a Christian - are they a Christian?

11 Days

I have to say that inspiration is starting to gel and ideas are starting to flow. I'm looking forward to Jan 1

12 more days

12 more days to the big reveal. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone

14 Days and Counting

Check back here 14 days from now and see what great things are happening here at

15 Days and Counting

Check back here on Jan. 1

Check out January 1

Ok - So here is something that I have learned about blogging. The reason why you started blogging isn't the reason why your are blogging today. I hit a roadblock in writing and just couldn't figure out what was going on. So I sit down and started to think about it. I really wasn't writing what I really wanted to write about. So with that in mind I am going to take the next few weeks to begin revamping my blog for Jan. 1 - 16 days and counting.

Five guys = simple

There are a few things that five guts burgers and fries does that churches should do. #1 - They let you know who they are. Look around the walls. #2 - They keep it simple. No complicated menus, just burgers, fries, hot dogs. Stick to what you know and learn how to do it better. #3 - They do it well. No frozen meat, no shorts cuts. You feel like you get more than you give. They are generous. #4 - There is room for individuality. 15 toppings in any combination. The experience is what you make of it. They give you enough room to make it a great experience. Something a lot of churches could do. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone