If you’re like me you were excited to hear that U2 had injected its new album into your iTunes, gratis. If you’re even more like me, you spent the better part of the last day or so trying to find the damn thing to download it. If you’re completely
When I grew up the cello was not an instrument of cool and amazing potential. I believe the only cool cello in my adolescence was the one that the James Bond girl in “Living Daylights” (circa 1987, had to look it up, even much older than I thought).
I’m a worship a-hole. I don’t mean to be. Really. I want to worship. And I know the whole thing about how worship isn’t supposed to be pleasing to me, but rather my worship is supposed to be pleasing to God. But in most times designated as “worship,” usually kicked
This week I have been going old school highlighting some of the things in ministry that still work, or could even be more relevant than ever before. If you break down the time spent with teenagers that you on a week to week basis and then compare that to the
Back in the 90’s I used to listen to this band my friend Jason was in. They came to the camp I was a part of and put on a concert just for our summer staffers which was a real treat. A decade later I’m hearing this guy equate a