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Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

(Remember kiddies, if you’re new to T34A, click on the bold print to see the original article.) Ravi Zacharias on Postmodern Architecture. (via @_MichaelKelley) File this under A for “awwwww snap.” He said, “This is...

Flashback Friday: Don’t Look Back

Flashback Friday: Don’t Look Back

Yes, I recognize the irony in having a flashback post that tells you not to look back, but work with me here, people. Wednesday was a first at our household.  After weeks of begging,...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Outside-In Approach to Design and ROI of Patient Experiences. (via @Zhecho_BeyondP) It’s a long article, but there are nuggets in there well worth the read. What can a hospital’s MRI machine teach you about your...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Delight the weird. (via @ThisIsSethsBlog) How does this apply to the “overlooked and outsiders” that visit your church on the weekend? …it’s not everyone who wants a cup of coffee. Some want a cup of tea, or...

Putting a Dent in Advent

I’ll start this post with a couple of confessions: Confession #1: I stink at family devotions. Like, stink at ’em. Not “we could get better. Last year we only memorized Leviticus, this year we’re going...

Flashback Friday: Autumn Has Arrived

Flashback Friday: Autumn Has Arrived

After my little tirade at the beginning of Wednesday’s post, I was reminded anew how much I dislike the word “Autumn.” (I think it was invented by Hallmark to sell more cards, or something.)...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Three things that I’ve been reading this week. Enjoy, campers. (Remember, click the bold print to see the original article!)   Measuring church health: How many people will serve? (Tony Morgan) I found this pretty...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

You say, “This is a lazy man’s way of writing a blog post.” I say, “This is the way of a flippin’ GENIUS.” How to set yourself up for a productive day. (via @MichaelHyatt) Ah, if...