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A Case for UGA at #4

The second CFP rankings came out last night and everyone has something to say about it. But, let’s be honest, as far as UGA is concerned, it doesn’t really matter at all. The margin for […]

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The Good ‘Ol Boys Club, Part 1

The Good ‘Ol Boys Club strikes again. This one is NSFW, fam. Not because the video is bad but because you might lose it after you watch the video. Over the weekend, John MacArthur and his buddies […]

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Georgia’s Inexplicable Loss

Two weeks ago when they announced the time for Saturday’s game a friend who is a USCjr fan texted me. My response was, “Oof. Trap game.” I’ll be honest, I thought we’d struggle early but […]

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Forgiveness is Only the Beginning

I’m sure you have seen it by now… Brandt Jean, brother of murdered Botham Jean, takes the stand to testify against Amber Guyger. And rather than saying what most of us would have said, he […]

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The Skill of Self Development

I am fortunate to work in a culture which values leadership development. We work really hard on developing skills to have tough conversations, recruit other leaders, and cast vision for volunteer teams. We talk about […]

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Love thy Immigrant Neighbor

Children are being separated from their parents at the U.S./Mexico border. Full stop. Honestly, this should be all this blog post needs to say to make the point I’m going to try to make. Before […]

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Unstoppable – Part 3

I recently started a series of posts which asks the question why the church worked and how it got so big. I believe there are a lot of answers to this question, but I wanted […]

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Unstoppable – Part 2

In Part 1 of Unstoppable, we talked about how the early church grew rapidly as the book of Acts uses phrases like “thousands were added daily” quite often. Unfortunately, the church in America is experiencing […]