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The Preacher Your Preacher Could Preach Like

I first heard about this fantastic video from this update: Very creative video from Cokesbury. No, seriously… http://t.co/4myKCwj — Steven Blair (@revsteven) April 3, 2011 Here it is – The Preacher Your Preacher Could Preach Like: Likely, inspired by: Thank you to everyone involved!


Google Fiber is coming to Kansas City, KS

I am pretty excited about the announcement that Google Fiber is coming to Kansas City, Kansas. Here is an update from the blog post announcing the decision: As part of our overall goal to make the web better for users, last year we announced a new project: to provide a community with Internet access more […]


Rethink Rock vs. Ukrainian Army Ad

I was watching the Al Jazeera Listening Post – Video this week and saw the following as their web video of the week: I laughed to myself and thought, “What kind of videos are people making these days?” Then I remembered a clip that I first saw at annual conference: Is one more effective than […]


iCampus – What type of format?

This is a series of responses to questions about an internet campus from a previous series of posts. Do you have any other questions? Feel free to leave them in the comments and I will try to respond to each one. Thanks! I received this question from Jim Morrow via Facebook. What kind of format […]


Seeing Gray – Wrap Up (6 of 6)

At the beginning of 2008, we started a conversation around the sermon series Seeing Gray: Faith Morality and Politics in a Black and White World at Resurrection. You can see my video responses to each of the sermon themes at these links: Where Faith and Politics Meet – Week 1 Bridges and Wedges – Week […]