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Red Threads and Invisible Women

May 1st, 2018|Comments Off on Red Threads and Invisible Women

I was looking at the lineup of a recent church conference and did a double take. I couldn’t help notice that of the 30 or so presenters, all but 2 were men. All of the men were white. This isn’t the only conference that has the same ratio, in fact, most do. Do you think this a problem?

Church Planting in Relationship: Crestview & Geekdom House

April 25th, 2018|Comments Off on Church Planting in Relationship: Crestview & Geekdom House

I’m a big geek. I play video games regularly, read comics every chance I get, and try to watch every sci-fi or fantasy movie as soon as they come out. So, when I heard about an organization called Geekdom House, I was very interested. Meeting Kyle Rudge and talking about his mission had me convinced that the existence of

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