Pushed into the Rain

Last week when I was in Spain the guys I was with talked a lot about the umbrella. Under the umbrella is all the folks who are pastoring, planting and leading inside of what we would call “orthodoxy”. Many of those under the umbrella are using practices, programs and methods...

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Lessons from Barcelona

I am back in Baltimore now awaiting my family to arrive. Every now and then in my life God will allow me to step back from what I am doing long enough for Him to teach me a lesson or two. This week has been that way for me. Below...

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Hands on Africa

The IMB is starting an really exciting new program for young people in your church. Click the image to find out more. You mist meet the following criteria  • fall between 18 and 29 years old. • be finished with freshman year of college. • be a member of a...

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McBeer?

Hi everyone, today was another exciting day in Spain. We started off with more conference and more time with the workers. For lunch I tasted some more of the local cuisine at McDonalds and was shocked to find that you could get a beer with your value meal?! I snaked...

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The World We Live In

Today we started the conference part of our event. Eighty or so workers from W. Europe gathered at the motel where we are staying. I read about these men and women and pray for them yet I am never prepared for meeting them. These are amazing people, simply for the...

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Gaudi

This is the Sagrada Família church. I visited it yesterday.. an amazing story. Construction began in 1882. Originally designed by Antoni Gaudí (1852 – 1926), who worked on the project for over 40 years, devoting the last 15 years of his life entirely to the endeavor, the project is still...

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Being Dirty & Harry

I was named after dirty harry, yet I am nothing like the famed tough man. I am dirty in a depraved, spiritual sort of way and harry in the more obvious since of the word. I am not the gun slinging hero that my mother thought of when she named...

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