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johnsmulo
Interests: Movies, reading, spending time with friends and family.
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Imagine that, I'm Rocky Road Ice Cream: "Unpredictable and wild, you know how to have fun. You're also a trendsetter who takes risks with new things. You know about the latest and greatest - and may have invented it! You are most compatible with vanilla ice cream."
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and how about, "because I've planted one this year..."
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2006 on church planting week @ bob.blog... at bob.blog
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Bob, This is a very interesting post and comment section. I hadn't checked out your blog when this first came out, so I'm glad the comments drew me to it. I'm curious, have you ever had any feedback from Driscoll on any of the posts you've written?
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2006 on Some thoughts for Mark Driscoll at bob.blog
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Bob I'm confused. Was the picture of Dog the Bounty Hunter you included in this post meant to be proof of chickification in the church, or proof of the need for manly men?
Toggle Commented Aug 16, 2006 on Chickified... at bob.blog
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John, thanks for mentioning whatyou're been reading. Some of these are on my "to read" list and it's good to get your feedback on them. We're currently using The Church of Irresistible Influence in our Community Groups. Great book.
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2006 on Great Reading Resources at Pastorpreneur
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I agree with Mark that there are "idiotic ideas, stinky styles, stupid systems, failed facilities [and] terrible technologies" that need to die so more effective ones can replace them. Yet to describe people, even metaphorically, as "dogs", while at the same time calling them "losers" and "pathetic" crosses the line by at least a mile. As a pastor I've dealt with plenty of difficult people, and I'm sure I've been the difficult person more than once. But it bums me out that someone with as much influence as Mark would lead people with this kind of example.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2006 on hurt people who hurt people at bob.blog
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I dig your blog and was thinking about putting it on my favorites, so since you asked, you're now there.
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2006 on oh... ONE more thing... at bob.blog
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As a first time church planter, I really appreciate hearing the stories of other church planters about what they went through starting their church, and seeing what God has done in the mean time. Thanks for what you shared. I look forward to learning more about Evergreen.
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2006 on starting out... at bob.blog
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