8 Thoughts For 20 Somethings

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in blog | 0 comments

8 Thoughts For 20 Somethings

Post by By Brad Lomenick, check out more of his thoughts here & follow him here! Cigar Box pic by Adam Gatchel, friend, musician & etsy Aficionado 8 Thoughts For 20 Somethings 1. Learn it, relearn it, and then learn it again. Just because you are out of school doesn’t mean you quit learning. Be a lifelong learner. 2. Being an expert is quickly fading in the current culture. Everyone is an expert these days because of technology and connectivity. Don’t put your hope in being an expert, since now more than ever there is...

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duct tape!

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in blog | 0 comments

duct tape!

There are people who swear by…duct tape! They believe that just about anything in the world—golf clubs, tennis shoes, furnaces, skateboards, blue jeans, toddlers—can be fixed by the wise application of duct tape. And they might be right! I had a friend who drove a car that I believe had been patched up with duct tape and then painted over! It is truly a marvelous invention, and the home without a healthy supply is just asking for trouble. But guess what? Though duct tape will fix almost anything, apparently it works on everything else...

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Reframing the Conversation about waiting to have Sex.

Posted by on Nov 10, 2011 in blog | 0 comments

Reframing the Conversation about waiting to have Sex.

Thanks to Guy Chmieleski and his blog, Faith on Campus, for connecting Mosaic up with this article, “Reframing the Discussion: Shifting from Abstinence to Celibacy.” This is an intriguing look into sex and marriage. written by Christine A. Colón an Associate Professor of English at Wheaton College. Christine is also Co-Author of “Singled Out: Why Celibacy Must be Reinvented in Today’s Church.” “If you glance through the names of various abstinence campaigns, one word appears again and again: wait. Whether...

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Jesus our Example of Love

Posted by on Nov 8, 2011 in blog | 0 comments

Jesus our Example of Love

One day as the great Napoleon the conqueror came toward the end of his career, he looked back across the years – the great Napoleon at a very early age had all but conquered the world. He was not stopped until he moved out to the battle of Leipzig and then to Waterloo. But that same Napoleon one day stood back and looked across the years, and said: “Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne and I have built great empires. But upon what did they depend? They depended upon force. But long ago Jesus started an empire that depended on love, and...

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G.O.S.P.E.L

Posted by on Aug 29, 2011 in blog | 0 comments

G.O.S.P.E.L

A spoken word performance from Sunday's gathering explaining God's movement through the pages of the biblical story to save and redeem humanity using the word "gospel" as an acrostic.

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