I’m still alive

April 1, 2009

Sorry for the month lay off from blogging. No good excuses except, no internet at the church, doesn’t take long to form a habit, and I was really busy.

Here is an update on what has been happening the passed month:

-Started a new Wednesday night prayer group

-Reading Axiom by Bill Hybels (highly recommend it) & Fresh Wind Fresh Fire (also a great read)

-Started running again today

-Pumped about my new series that will begin on Easter called A.D.

-We averaged 35 for the month of March (best average to date)

-In March, had 12 first time guests and 10 second time guests

-Got new comcast internet at the church and it is lighting fast (6g)

-Typing this blog from my new office which I love but still like to get out and be in the market place

-Pumped about seeing Scott, Jason, Russ, Stephen & Kyle Lewallen @ the MABA this weekend

-Haven’t given into the TWITTER buzz & probably won’t since I don’t text or surf the web on my phone

-Really enjoying Facebook-love keeping up with people all over the nation.

If you are still reading this, leave a comment and let me know who you are!

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4 Responses to “I’m still alive”

  1. Nathan said

    Still here, still reading your blog, still praying for ya’ll!

  2. Yoho said

    Hey bro…I’m still here and still checking up on ya. Thanks for the prayers and rest assured they are coming back your way!

    will miss you guys this weekend. Tell Kyle I said hey

  3. THE Jason said

    Hey, man. This is one of the easiest ways for Stephanie and I to keep up with you. We check things out at least once a week.

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