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kenk57
I'm a Christian leadership coach who loves to give energy to my family and the local congregation. and local association.
Interests: golf; reading or listening to biographies, historical books, leadership stories, suspense or legal thrillers; Houston Astros Baseball, Carolina Panthers football, North Carolina Tar Heels, LSU Tigers, Gardner-Webb University
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September 12 is a day of great celebration for my family. My brother, David, was born on this day in 1961. My dad called him his "Number 3 Son" after a failed attempt to be like Charlie Chan. Dave was the "darling of Acadia Baptist Academy" when my dad served... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 12, 2016 at Vibrant Memories
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Nov 26, 2015
When I started teaching I relied, like many others, on the examples of my own teachers. When I was an undergraduate, the teachers who moved me most were never straight lecturers. So, I tried to adapt their styles. The more I taught and especially the more I engaged with the... Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 26, 2015 at Vibrant Memories
Israel Galindo is Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary. He also writes for the Wabash Center's Blog for Theological School Deans. via wabashcenter.typepad.com Thoughts for teachers Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 26, 2015 at Vibrant Memories
For my friends at Baptist World Alliance Meeting in Durban, South Africa - Ken Kessler's Presentation - Download How to lead congregations and communities toward new opportunities for ministry Karin Wiborn's Presentation -- Download Wiborn - How to lead congregations and communities toward new opportunities for ministry If you have... Continue reading
Posted Jul 22, 2015 at Vibrant Memories
George, I like the creative thinking. I wonder how we could a financial support model for these congregations. I think the idea of someone to present ideas to for evaluations and management ideas have great possibilities. Maybe we could also create our own version of The Batchelor for churches looking for pastors or pastors looking for churches.
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Two out of three persons who worship each weekend with you are dissatisfied to very dissatisfied with their work. How well is your church discipling them to have faith in their work? Dr. Joey Faucette, co-author of the #1 bestseller, Faith Positive in a Negative World, leads two webinars to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2015 at Vibrant Memories
September 12 is a day of great celebration for my family. My brother, David, was born on this day in 1961. My dad would have called him Number 3 Son after a failed attempt to be like Charlie Chan. Dave was the "darling of Acadia Baptist Academy" when my dad... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 12, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
September 12 is a day of great celebration for my family. My brother, David, was born on this day in 1961. My dad would have called him Number 3 Son after a failed attempt to be like Charlie Chan. Dave was the "darling of Acadia Baptist Academy" when my dad... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
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I have heard all the discussion about Pope Francis opening the doors for Pope John Paul to become a saint in the Catholic church. To many Catholic friends that I know, they feel it is long overdue. Well, I do not begin to understand the whole "sainthood" process, but I... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
June has flown by. It seems like yesterday was June 1, and I checked the calendar, and it is June 29. WOW! Where did it go? As I was reflecting on this month, I recall the significance of one special day in the month - June 6. That day can... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
I loved my Dad. He was often misunderstood and even somewhat enigmatic to many people. My loving grandfather (my Mom's Dad) stayed frustrated with him. After a discussion at our family gathering at the beach, I am sure that there are even some extended family members that do not understand... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
I have told this story on many occasions, but I cannot neglect on blog of memories. It serves as a formidable event in my life journey and a great introduction to one of my all time favorite children's songs. When I was five or six, one of my favorite songs... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
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Do you remember one of these? It is called a Karmen Ghia. Volkswagen made these little babies back in the 1960s. Add a purple color, and you see the car that transported my mom and us five boys from Louisiana to North Carolina. We were headed to join my dad... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
Through the magic of satellite radio, I have re-discovered the memories of listening to Casey Kasem and the American Top 40. One of the stations on SiriusXm is dedicated to the music of the 70s, and each Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, the station runs the old shows of Casey... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
Stories - they share our life. A good story rivets me and holds my attention for a long time. And stories must hold the attention of others also. I listened with great interest to details about a show called The Moth today. Charlotte Talks, a daily radio show on Charlotte... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2013 at Vibrant Memories
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