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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 […]

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changing lives transforming the community

A Story of Serving through Resurrection Online

Resurrection has partnered with six schools in downtown Kansas City – three in Missouri and three in Kansas. For the past several summers, this partnership has involved completely painting and refurbishing the school building along with installing a playground through a project called Bless the School. This summer Diane, a Resurrection Online attender from Ohio, […]

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#smckc + #smcjoco = 7

As Pastor of Resurrection Online, I am passionate about building community a Christian community online. Social media is one of the important tools to accomplish this goal. I have been involved with the┬áSocial Media Club of Kansas City and found benefit both personally and professionally from many of the monthly breakfasts. I have learned from, […]

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Best of KC – Hamburgers

I’ve been on vacation to the Black Hills in South Dakota and have been away from blogging for a bit. I want to start back by letting you know about a new occasional feature here at Thoughts of Resurrection called “Best of KC” This is based completely on my opinion and experience of the best […]

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kansas life

Hope springs eternal…

Hope springs eternal in the human breast – Alexander Pope. Even here in Kansas City.

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renewing the church transforming the community

Resurrection and Grand Avenue Temple – Easter Worship

Resurrection partnered with Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist Church in downtown Kansas City for Easter worship. Very cool stuff going on in this partnership. You can watch coverage from a local news station here. Thanks to Jason Gant for finding the story.