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February 2009 Archives

Tickets are on sale now for this years Jazz and Soul Nights:  Finding the Groove Live @ the Soiled Dove Underground.  The dates are Monday, March 30th, or Tuesday, March 31st.   Joining me will be Dave LeMieux & House of […]

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We as Christians need to be comfortable being marginal.  This will require two things:  Surrender and Choice. Surrender:  We are being marginalized in this country and we can be OK with that.  We live in a pluralistic society that is […]

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Bishop John Rucyahana of Rwanda will be  sharing with us in all of our services at Colorado Community Church this weekend.  He is author of the deeply movng book,  Bishop of Rwanda:  Finding Forgiveness Amidst a Pile of Bones.  If you're […]

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Marginal:  Extremely small, limited; minimal; having to do with edges; lower and outer limits; almost insufficient. I think we Christians need to be comfortable with and embrace being Marginal. What do you think?

I'm here in rainy (and kind of cold) San Diego for the  National Pastors Convention. My book, Finding the Groove:  Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith,  is being released here (and will available everywhere beginning in March).   I'm teaching two workshops. […]

As parents we are always looking for little ways to teach big lessons.  Julie Federico has provided such a tool. Some Parts are Not for Sharing, is a simple little book to teach children about boundaries with their bodies.  I […]