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Voxtropolis is one aspect of a multidimensional collaboration to reclaim western culture for Christ. Other complementary aspects are the elusive tribe known as The Mystic, the soon to manifest Voxtropolis cafes and the Culture Pubs. There’s more…
I’m sitting here watching the news and saw this image of a clock on the television. Time certainly slips away. I’m watching the news because my daughter’s flight was delayed. Right now she is flying in to Detroit from Tennessee. She’s on her way to Ann Arbor to start her second semester at the University…Read more Day 3, 2011
The IMN’s 7-Day Mentoring Immersion, H209, and Voxtropolis (USA) 2009 are now behind us. Whew. That was a lot of work AND and lot of fun. The photos will be up soon. Immediately after these events I experience a kind of lull. It sure is quiet here now with everyone returned to their homes. Wednesday…Read more Good Times
In my last post (Frameworks for Mission: Direction or Dogma) we looked at the experience of Cornelius as described by Luke in Acts chapter 10. I asked the question, Are we saved by cognitive acceptance of certain doctrines or by the direction of our lives?Â Â
How are women and men “saved”? Are we saved by cognitive acceptance of certain dogmas? Are we saved by the direction of our lives? Or both or neither.
Just a friendly reminder because we want to see you! Register before October 31 and save on tuition. The HUMAN Event Feb 5-6, 2009 Orlando, Fl — Downtown Learn More…
I’m wondering how many readers of “Into the Mystic” intellectually affirm (vs. believe in) a possibility of the existence of Big Foot. photo: me and lucas on a wildlife hunt. could bigfoot be back in the shadows somewhere? Long time readers will not be surprised by this inquiry. Having experienced paranormal activity including precognition and…Read more Big Foot
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of Creativity, writes, “Each of us is born with two contradictory sets of instructions: a conservative tendency, made up of instincts for self-preservation, self-aggrandizement, and saving energy, and an expansive tendency made up of instincts for exploring, for enjoying novelty and risk–the curiosity that leads to creativity belongs to this set.”