Monthly Archives: May 2011

Do you live in a least-churched city?

This is one of the reasons why I’m in L.A. trying to develop a multi-generational, multi-ethnic and multi-socio-economic church in the heart of downtown. Some statistics from DJ Chuang Downtown L.A. in particular has grown so much (27,000 new residents … Continue reading

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What nickname would you have if you were remembered for your worst moment?

I was sharing last Sunday from John 20 where the disciple Thomas gets his famous nickname “Doubting Thomas.” How would you like it if you were remembered in infamy for your worst moment? Drunken Doug. Arrogant Andy. Cheater Chuck. Strike-out … Continue reading

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When God comes near

A series of events have left me speechless (at least in the blogosphere) these past several days. The events span the sublime (Osama bin Laden is actually dead?) to the surreal (the Lakers were swept?) to the satirical (we added … Continue reading

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