Monthly Archives: July 2008

Help Wanted – Become A Said at Southern Blogger

I am looking to add several contributors to Said at Southern before the new school year. Many of the original writers have moved on with their lives. So, we need some fresh talent to keep making this blog better. You … Continue reading

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Video – Interview With “Lost” People About Not Feeling Lost

Here is an interesting video that features a panel discussion with three unbelievers. The focus of their conversation is on the phrase “lost” and what that means. HT: Wade David Phillips apologies to Wade too.

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The Abstract Of Principles – Word Cloud

Everyone has been doing these cool visualizations, so I threw in the Abstract. Click the photo below to see it larger or make your own Wordle.

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Calling For Feeds

I have restored many of the student, alumni and faculty feeds. But the final stages of the recovery will take some dredging through old emails – which I’m in no hurry to do. So, if you know of any feeds … Continue reading

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New Blog About Suburban Evangelism & Church Planting

Two Southern Seminary alumni have joined forces to create subtext – a blog about ministry in a suburban context.

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Two Children’s Book Recomendations

The ever ready Terry Delaney has just reviewed two books for my children’s ministry blog. Pastor Daddy by Lindsey Blair and Bobby Gilles A Bible Alphabet by Alison Brown The first book, Pastor Daddy, was written by Sojourn Church in … Continue reading

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What’s So Great About Seminary?

Today is the final day of my final on-campus class for my current (and possibly final) degree. After today, I will only have one online class in order to graduate in December. My wife is already celebrating. It’s been a … Continue reading

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