Published: 8 years ago

Sermon Remix

Sunday was a fun day, getting to speak to my favorite group of people on earth* – the peeps at Brier Creek AM.  If you’re interested, you can download the full transcript and listen to the message here. (If it’s not up just yet, …

Published: 8 years ago

Flash Mob Friday

I heart flash mobs – especially those that make snooty European bystanders do the awkward Macarena. Like it? Check out this post.

Published: 8 years ago

Magazines.com: Delivering “Wow”

Call me a pessimist, but I think most American companies have customer service that ranks just above Idi Amin’s summer camps and just below scraping gum off the bottom of your shoe with your bare hand.  Yes, some get it right: Chick-Fil-A and Starbucks …

Published: 8 years ago

Lost Detox

This morning’s post sponsored by funny boys Rhett & Link.  I have to get back to repairing my brain after last night’s explosion.

Published: 8 years ago

Car Lot Church (part five)

Today we wrap up a week’s worth of posts that have hopefully been fun and challenging (check the links at the bottom in order to catch up).  My search for a car is far from over (please please oh please I don’t wanna shop …

Published: 8 years ago

Car Lot Church (part four)

This week we’re asking this question: do churches treat guests the way car lots treat customers?  Catch up on earlier posts using the links at the bottom.   Dan was the first car salesman we met on our Saturday quest, and looking back on …

Published: 8 years ago

Car Lot Church (part three)

From the first moment, I knew George was going to give me trouble. It was our own fault, really.  We foolishly assumed we were pulling up at the dealership at closing time on Saturday.  “This won’t be a problem,” I thought. “Any self-respecting car …

Published: 8 years ago

Car Lot Church (part two)

This week we’re asking this question: do churches treat guests the way car lots treat customers?  It’s going to be a no holds barred, honest look at the way we interact with new people. During Saturday’s AgonyFest known as Looking for Cars, we met …

Published: 8 years ago

Car Lot Church (part one)

My wife and I are about to replace her vehicle.  Not immediately, as in I-need-you-to-tell-me-about-the-sweet-deal-on-your-ride replacement, but eventually, as in we’re-going-to-talk-about-it-for-the-next-eight-months-and-then-maybe-make-a-decision replacement. Which is why I was horrified on Saturday when she suggested that we go look at a few cars, “Just to get …

Published: 8 years ago

Nobody Cares About Your Church (part two)

In the last post, I opened up a can of community apathy about your church.  The average unchurched person doesn’t care how much time you put into the naming of your newest ministry project, or how much money you spent on the slick flyer …

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