Final 120 Days

It’s far too easy to see Sunday incorrectly

Wireless chargers
Picked these up at Apple Store yesterday. Two less steps…plugging in a device to charge, and unplugging it when you need the device.

It’s far too easy to see Sunday incorrectly.

What if it wasn’t?

Obviously it’s ridiculously easy to sleep in.

Easy to use Sunday as a catch-up day.

Time-strapped human beings. So busy that we believe that saving a few seconds here and there make a difference.

What if Sunday was devoted to community, relationships, and being present?

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Dear Son

Deep understanding and focus is hard to master

Steve Jobs vision
Last sentence in blue. Jesus also wanted to leave the world a better place than He found it.


Palm Sunday is tomorrow.

Are you ready for it?

Do you understand what it means?

What does the depth of your understanding do to the way you feel as you read this?

Note: When this goes live, Palm Sunday will be a month past. So frame the questions in whatever context resonates.

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The great summer of 2012

Should we (do we) save our prayers for Sunday?

annual pass
I’d like an annual pass without restrictions, good for unlimited use of everything

Should we (do we) save our prayers for Sunday? We feel our best when we feel God’s presence continuously. Waiting for Sunday seems so, well… insincere.

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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

How important is the Sabbath?

it is, but not without rest

I know a day of rest is important critical. You wouldn’t know from the way I work, but I do know. So there is work to do on my end (maybe yours too)…

To know is to do. To know and not do, is to not yet know.

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A Good Cry?

ABC, Extreme Makeover – Home Edition. This show can humble me beyond belief.

Last night was no exception. Why?

Have you not seen the show?

It makes me cry every time I watch it with my family, which is almost every Sunday night.

I cry, not so much for the featured Family’s situation, as I do for the way the people who help are impacted.

The builder from last night’s show – looked to be 50 to 60 years old – said, “I’ll never do anything the same”.

Let’s assume he was already a good man. What is the significance of a good man saying, “I’ll never do anything the same”?

To see a fellow human being be so moved by a simple act of compassion, almost always makes me cry.

A good cry, to be sure. Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂