Archive | April, 2005

19 April 2005 ~ 3 Comments

Things are happening

Technology is amazing! I’m at JFK airport in New York waiting for our flight home. Pop open my laptop with my wireless card and, voila, I’m online! Yesterday’s breakfast with Pete Scazzero was wonderful. We had a great time of getting to know each other and talking about the Emotionally Healthy Church principles and history. […]

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18 April 2005 ~ 0 Comments

Another Full Day

The conference yesterday was just as I expected – confirmation of this material being so right for the Church-at-large really, though particularly timely for NewHeart. I am excited to have our Staff, Church Council and Leaders process it this year. Yesterday’s Psalm in our Bible Reading was Psalm 90, which concludes with my prayer for […]

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16 April 2005 ~ 1 Comment

Ground Zero … a little too familiar

It is beyond description to see Ground Zero. To see and be at the place where so many lost their lives all at once and to consider the profound loss of life (and in some ways, some liberties we’ve taken for granted) cannot be described. The crowds are still very large and the city has […]

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15 April 2005 ~ 3 Comments

A JOURNEY to New York …

My body tells me the TRIP started around 3:15 this morning when I rolled out of bed after a whopping 3 hours of sleep. However, the JOURNEY to New York … Queens specifically … began a couple years back. My process of recovery from burnout led me to study the concept of family systems theory, […]

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08 April 2005 ~ 1 Comment

A Funeral To Die For!

What if you died … and 2,000,000 – 3,000,000 people showed up for your funeral? What of people in sleeping bags and 24 hour waits reminiscent of the Rose Parade on Colorado Blvd.? Except that instead of waiting for a parade of floats, they’re waiting to get a glimpse of your remains instead? It happened […]

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06 April 2005 ~ 0 Comments

A Story Untold …

Mike King is one of our drummers. He and his wife, Gail, and their daughter, Christina, have been a part of our church life for many years. Last weekend, he went into the hospital as a result of some abdominal pain. This morning, surgery to remove a plum-sized tumor that was totally blocking his large […]

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