So, there's this kid in my church who's been saying that he could beat
me in racing now. And I told him, "No." And he told me, "Yes." So
after church this morning we raced. And well . . . I'll just let the
pictures speak for themselves . . .
I bet it feels good to have that done to your pastor :P
I've been doing a lot of thinking lately . . . specifically, I've been thinking about how detached I currently feel from the spiritual dialog that is happening in our day. Several months ago, this was not the case. I felt engaged, I felt informed, and yes, I felt opinionated. Right now I don't.
So doing a little soul-searching and path-tracing, I've come up with a reason why this may be the case. I think it's because several months ago I was heavily involved with blogging. I was blogging theology and praxis, and reading and commenting on other blogs discussing theology and praxis (you'll find some of them in my links bar to the left <--). I'm pretty much convinced that when I jumped out of the blogosphere, I, in a way, jumped out of the discussion.
This is not to say that I'm not dealing with spiritual issues on a daily basis--as a pastor I most certainly am. But it is to say that I miss not being "in the loop" about thoughts concerning Christ, church, community, and commission.
I need to seriously get back into the game. It's time to God Blog.
It's been quite some time since I've blogged . . . it's good to be back.
5 reasons why I decided to get back into the "blogosphere":
1. I have so much to write about 2. I love the design and creativity aspect of it 3. I want to engage in meaningful, cutting-edge conversation about the church 4. I feel it's the right time to start again 5. I just wanna . . .