I’m announcing a new post I’ll be doing regularly – pretty excited about it! This isn’t a new category of posts, it’s a kind of post (vlog to be exact) that will have to do with what I already talk about! So check out the video below in which I explain this idea, and then… Read More
Archives for September 2012
For the average non-cave-dwelling person, we no longer really have a choice of whether we do social media; it’s really a matter of how well we do social media. This is especially true if you’re in ministry of some sort, but even if you’re simply just not into be a recluse. We have to change,… Read More
Did we meet at the collegiate Fall Conference 2012 this weekend? If so, hello again! Did you miss the workshop I lead (Making Christ Known On Today’s Campus and Using Social Media – Jon Sapp and Riley Adam Voth). If so, stay tuned! Either way, thanks for checking in. I hope to help you out… Read More
This has been my first week in months that I have not fulfilled my goal in posting at least twice a week (unless of course I back date a post… and I might yet!) Amidst the regular duties, I’ve had a ton of tasks both ministry related and just personal things that I needed to… Read More
A little meme I found online a few weeks ago… thought it was funny enough I’d have to pass it along… No explanation needed. You remember this cartoon movie? Haha. This is one of the better meme’s I’ve seen. Oh come on… you know you laughed!
START WITH “WHY?” Whether you are beginning a new season of work in your life or organization, as I am recently, or you’re needing to take a look at where you’ve been for a while, this applies to you! Especially for anyone in the position of leadership, authority, management, ministry (which in many ways is… Read More
Besides a snowman on campus in August, what else is wrong with this picture? Haha! This is that one week in a person’s life that you don’t want to put anything important on your Facebook Timeline because it’s about to be swept away by people who looked in the right-hand corner of Facebook. It’s my… Read More