Monthly Archives: February 2011

Finding Treasure

It is always fun to find something you have been looking for.  Yesterday, I was at Barnes and Noble in Geneva when Logan (one of my twin sons) said to me, “Dad, I found Handel’s Messiah.”  He knew this was … Continue reading

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One Another

There are many “one another” commands in the Bible.  Love one another, encourage one another, pray for one another, offer hospitality to one another, the list is a long one.  I spent several hours today with a very special group … Continue reading

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The Little Things

Sometimes it’s the little things that make a large difference.  Yesterday, Darla and I went to Algonquin for Lifeline Christian Church’s second grand-opening week.  I noticed Darla talking to a lady across the room prior to church and when I … Continue reading

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Do What You Can

I was reading Mark 14 yesterday when something new caught my eye.  I’d read this story many times:  it was the story of Jesus being anointed at Bethany.  After the woman poured the expensive perfume on his head, Jesus’ disciples … Continue reading

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Representing Ignite

Yesterday, I went to Deep River Christian Church in Merrillville, IN to talk about Ignite’s ministry starting new churches across Chicagoland.  This church has been a long-time supporter of our ministry and I was invited to speak for a couple … Continue reading

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Building Morale

Another key trait listed in “Principles of War” is maintaining morale in your army.  (I write this today after cancelling our church planters meeting today due to the residual effect of the recent blizzard.)  I was looking forward to meeting … Continue reading

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