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In his book, Viral, Leonard Sweet lays out five ways Twitter can bring about significant change, starting with us.

From the first time I heard this song until now, I’ve loved it. It beautifully encapsulates the essence of Jesus work of redeeming the lost, broken, mess of life and making something beautiful even from it. Beauty from the ashes.   If you’ve found this information valuable, why not sign up today to receive my blog posts as soon as they are released! You’ll also receive exclusive information via my monthly newsletter!… Read More

Love this quote… “Justice is what love looks like in public.” – Cornel West Tweet it! If you’ve found this information valuable, why not sign up today to receive my blog posts as soon as they are released! You’ll also receive exclusive information via my monthly newsletter! Simply click the Sign Up Today button in the top right-hand corner!

I know it sounds dramatic, but it’s true. Each of the ten books I’ve outlined below (actually twelve), in one way or another, have changed the course of my life. They have caused a shift in what and how I believe, live in and see the world. There are, of course, many other books I could include here. However, these top ten books were the cause behind a significant turning point in… Read More

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The fall season is my favorite time of year, and always has been. Even as a child and teenager growing up in Newfoundland, I fondly remember the beautiful colors of the season, spending time in the country with my dad, picking berries, harvesting the crops at the Clarke family farm, and getting up early in the morning to go hunting (I’m not much of a hunter any more). Breathing in the cool,… Read More

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Prologue Some time ago, I started reading and blogging my way through Leonard Sweet’s latest book, Viral. The final chapter in the book was short, but powerful. Entitled Infectious Faith, Len laid out how the TGIF generation (Twitter, Google, iPhone, Facebook) is posed to start a viral revival. Why? Read the book :). However, the basis of his claim appealed to me, and more than that, made sense. It was based on… Read More

In this video Conversation, senior biblical fellow Peter Enns asks Rev. N.T. Wright to respond to a reader question about science and faith. Specifically, the reader asks, “If you take Genesis in a non-literal fashion especially the creation stories, why take anything in the Bible literally—such as the Gospels? Do you take the Gospels literally?   If you’ve found this information valuable, why not sign up today to receive my blog posts… Read More

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