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If these songs were written today…

Seeing how social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) has changed so much about how we build and maintain relationships, I thought it would be fun to re-write a few OLD songs to make them more accurate in today’s social media culture: Michael W. Smith’s “Friends:” Friends are friends forever, if the Lord’s the Lord of them,… Read More ›

Being Relevant (part 2): An Honest Confession

I used to mountain bike.  A lot. (The younger, healthier version of myself that I once was is saying, “No, seriously, Kevin, you used to mountain bike.  A lot.  Kevin, why did you quit?  Why did you exchange your bike pedals for game controllers and TV remotes?”) While that inner struggle may come up in later posts, for… Read More ›

Being Relevant (part 1): Recognizing Our Irrelevancy

Ladies and gentlemen please Would you bring your attention to me? For a feast for your eyes to see An explosion of catastrophe Like nothing you’ve ever seen before Watch closely as I open this door Your jaws will be on the floor After this you’ll be begging for more Welcome to the show Please… Read More ›