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What I think about Postmodernism – Part 2
Posted May 16th, 2007 by Ben Lancaster

It’s hard to know exactly which topic to start this blog series with, so I thought I’d go with the most universal, holistic vs. linear thinking. Let’s start with a quote about my generation: “A generation raised on channel-surfing has lost the capacity for linear thinking and analytical reasoning.” — Chuck Colson, Christian writer, chief […]

What I think about Postmodernism – Part 1
Posted May 8th, 2007 by Ben Lancaster

It’s often hard to tell what’s going on when you’re in the middle of it. After all, what did Gutenberg think when he printed the first page of the Bible? Did he know that simple machine would spark the Renaissance? Did he know that literacy would quadruple as people tried to get their hands on […]

Musings from the National New Church Conference
Posted April 28th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

Did you miss me? If you didn’t know it, I spent much of this week in Orlando for the National New Church Conference. Over 2,000 people involved in church planting attended, which was pretty cool. To see that many people who are on the same journey as us was encouraging. I believe God is doing […]

Genesis – 1 year old!!!
Posted April 15th, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

It is hard for me to believe that we have been doing church for a year. On April 16, 2006, we held our first service in the Eureka HS Theater. The service began with a short drama starring Melody Buehrle and Ben Lancaster. Genesis Church began in the book of Genesis (that is appropriate). Time […]