Dr. George O. Wood and Culture Thoughts

Wow! These are fantastic words of hope from an optimistic “heart”. I know after you read Dr. Wood’s article on FutureAG Blog that you will be encouraged.

As we continue to lift up each other we must remember that there are THOUSANDS working in the trenches day-after-day and week-after-week for the cause of Christ. We are always looking for new and creative ideas to bring the Gospel to our generation, or at least we should be. This generation will be so … “2007” in about a minute, that’s for sure.

My prayer is for my son and his new wife to embrace the power of God and the Holy Spirit … for their mind to be renewed and become fresh every morning. I pray for them often and do not want to lose my impact on their life or the lives of their friends.

YouTube? Facebook? MySpace? Twitter? Blogs? Skype? (Skype name is revtim.com) Texting? Video-streams? Multi-venues? Please, Lord help us connect the dots somewhere in the constantly changing world in which we live.

Comments?

Dr. George O. Wood and Culture Thoughts

Wow! These are fantastic words of hope from an optimistic “heart”. I know after you read Dr. Wood’s article on FutureAG Blog that you will be encouraged.

As we continue to lift up each other we must remember that there are THOUSANDS working in the trenches day-after-day and week-after-week for the cause of Christ. We are always looking for new and creative ideas to bring the Gospel to our generation, or at least we should be. This generation will be so … “2007” in about a minute, that’s for sure.

My prayer is for my son and his new wife to embrace the power of God and the Holy Spirit … for their mind to be renewed and become fresh every morning. I pray for them often and do not want to lose my impact on their life or the lives of their friends.

YouTube? Facebook? MySpace? Twitter? Blogs? Skype? (Skype name is revtim.com) Texting? Video-streams? Multi-venues? Please, Lord help us connect the dots somewhere in the constantly changing world in which we live.

Comments?

Back in the East Bay

Got back late Saturday night. It has been a pretty busy week. There was a lot of interesting news that came from the 52nd General Council. You can check out some of the details by going to AGTALK.US or to FutureAG Blog to the Assemblies of God. Thanks for tracking here.

Oh, here’s a scripture to reflect upon that I think applies to all that was done at GC2007.

Proverbs 16:9 (NIV) 9 In his heart a man plans his course, but the LORD determines his steps.

Back in the East Bay

Got back late Saturday night. It has been a pretty busy week. There was a lot of interesting news that came from the 52nd General Council. You can check out some of the details by going to AGTALK.US or to FutureAG Blog to the Assemblies of God. Thanks for tracking here.

Oh, here’s a scripture to reflect upon that I think applies to all that was done at GC2007.

Proverbs 16:9 (NIV) 9 In his heart a man plans his course, but the LORD determines his steps.

Waiting at Indy Airport to Return to SFO

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So I’m waiting right now for my flight home. It leaves at 4:50 (EDT) which translates to leaving at 1:50 (PDT).

I am pretty tired from the very busy week, but truly ready to get home and have fun tomorrow at our Sunday service.

Of course Sunday’s service is a “Cafe Hope” service! Come casually dressed, but be ready to worship, fellowship, and of course be inspired by the next message in our “Joy” series.

In fact, you might want to read Philippians 2 to get ready.

PLUS: Bring a dish to pass as we just hang out together after the service. We will be having a wedding reception for the newlyweds, Alli and TJ Hohm. Whether you were able to attend the actual wedding or not, we want you to hang out with us. In fact, no gift is required at all!