Monthly Archive: February 2011

Remembering Curtis

Remembering Curtis

I believe that Jesus’ “Well done!” was shouted a little louder on Thursday night. By now most of the Summit Church knows that our dear friend Curtis Crutchfield died suddenly last Thursday of a...

I Would Type (500 Posts)

I Would Type (500 Posts)

Yes, yes, I know it’s a stretch from The Proclaimers’ one-hit wonder, but work with me here, people. Work with me. Today marks a half-a-thousand blog posts here at Connective Tissue. When we began...

Christmas in February

Christmas in February

That’s right, readers. I’m bringing Santa back. Revisiting the reindeer. Turning back to the tinsel. Christmas happened nearly two months ago, but there was one Christmas-themed video that never made it onto this particular...

I Have A Question

Okay, so I don’t really have a question. For once, I’m not the hand-raised, kid-at-the-back-of-the-class, yelling “Ooh, pick me! Pick me!” Nope, this is a post about people who have questions. Scratch that. People...

Uncommon Communion

This post won’t be pretty. The squeamish should look away. And if you’re a neatnik Pharisaical type, just go ahead and start polishing your rifle, because you’re going to need it in 3…2… As...

Repackaging Religion

I was totally blindsided on Sunday. Hoodwinked. Wool pulled over my eyes. Bamboozled. Shenanniganized. Editor’s Note: I don’t think that’s a word. Never mind. My two older sons and I were shopping at that...

They Get It

They Get It

It happened again on Sunday. I met another Summit family who have whole-heartedly bought into the vision of why we do what we do. I was visiting our new North Durham Campus at Hillandale...