Tag Archives : education


How the Internet is Revolutionizing Education (and church?)

I found this to be fascinating and thought that you might enjoy this graphic. How much is or could be  applicable to the church? For example, to paraphrase a paragraph found in the graphic: But today, due to the Internet’s transformative power, faithful people can custom-design their own religious experience in whatever way they see […]


Technology or Digital Natives – Presentation

This week, I had the opportunity to speak about digital natives to the social work team from Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. I enjoyed it and received some good feedback. Here is the presentation: [googleapps domain=”docs” dir=”present/embed” query=”id=d3ggnsj_75148pq45g3″ width=”410″ height=”342″ /] Will you please share your thoughts, feelings or opinions about this presentation? Is it […]


Leading Ideas: Welcoming Newcomers (1 of 3)

I continue to appreciate the work of Lovett Weems and the entire team at the Lewis Center for Church Leadership. The offer a great number of resources for pastors, congregations, students and denominations at www.churchleadership.com. I wanted to draw your attention to Leading Ideas – a biweekly newsletter from the Lewis Center. You can find […]


You Are Invited: Young Adult Meetup at Leadership Institute 2010

One of the best parts of Leadership Institute is the opportunity to make and continue friendships near and far, to that end I invite you to a young adult meetup at Leadership Institute next week. Who: Young adult (35 and under) leader What: Meetup at Leadership Institute 2010 When: Thursday, October 7 from 8:00 AM […]


Calling in Your Life

The article, Does a Calling Have to Be Religious?, from the Huffington Post addresses something that has shaped my life – calling. For me it has primarily been God‘s call in my life and a call. Here is an excerpt from the article, that I just couldn’t break into pieces. “In 1904, Rainer Maria Rilke, writing […]


Speedlinking – August 27, 2010

“Falling with Style” Still a Goal – I hope to be able to fall with style as well. My District Superintendent is blogging a return trip to Vietnam after 40 years away at The Year of the Metal Dog. Why Innovation Thrives at the Mayo Clinic could be replicated in churches. Brilliant work at Internet […]


The Leadership Summit 2009

This will be the third year that I am going to be a part of The Leadership Summit at Resurrection, which is serving as one of the satellite locations. This is a two day event that originates from Willow Creek’s central campus in the Chicago area. Resurrection will receive a live satellite feed as will […]


Speedlinking – March 3, 2008

Transitioning out: they’re fine without me – Ben Arment gives quality guidance about ending well. Education in today’s world… – What do you think about Sunday school and Christian formation? Emergent boredom – Jared White calls the emerging church conversation into question. Grand Challenges for Engineering – Talk about big visions! Great promo video from […]