Don’t you love discovering a book that no one else knows about? Read on and hear about an unknown little book that is a surprising source of great encouragement: “Christ at the Coffee Shop.”
The first post of 2016 is about blogging. I began blogging in 2005, and I’ve seen blogging go through many phases. It’s currently enjoying a renaissance as a new generation turns from social media to more substantive creative content.
Just some quick thoughts as I watched people at Starbucks one morning in preparation for a sermon series on pleasing God.
Here are the top 10 most-read posts on “Notes from the Trail” (aka journeyguy.com) for 2015. Did you catch them all as they were published? Did one slip by you? Leave your comments below about what was your favorite.
Christmas morning reflections and the annual Noble family Christmas letter. We hope that you too had a settled and joyful Christmas morning. It’s not just about presents – but about presence. The beautiful quality of being there is a discipline. Enjoy this read and… Merry Christmas!
It’s Carolyn’s birthday, and here are helpful guidelines for any else who has a Christmas season birthday to ensure it’s treated as a real birthday and not as an extension of Christmas.
Nuff said: The latest random assortment of thoughts from the inter webs is collected by Jeff and includes: an article that questions whether Bonhoeffer is too popular. Also, read about how $17.38 can change change someone’s life. “Communication is the hardest thing we do,” as a church. The death of cultural Christianity (and why it’s a good thing). Finally, a college president stands up.. And, you’ve got to watch this Star Wars cast acapella medley with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.