This Week…

Google Chrome’s got an update You can now leave comments on WordPress with your Twitter or Facebook account (so comment away) Facebook recognizes your face Nintendo just released its handheld touchscreen Wii U […]

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Good vs. Evil

There has been a lot of talk lately about people in the spotlight who have made some bad decisions, hurt their families and bruised their reputations. I really enjoyed Michael Hyatt’s post on Monday about the difference between a sin and a mistake. I also liked Todd Rhoades’ post about how to take Anthony Weiner’s situation and […]

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Facebook Pictures That Lie

We’ve all seen them. Some of us have probably even had one or two. The Facebook picture that looks nothing like your true self. I was inspired to write this after seeing a post on Mashable about Bergdorf Goodman and Lucky Magazine holding a casting call for models via Facebook. I first thought about how much […]

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The History of June 6th

2005- Apple announces that it will switch to Intel processors in 2006 1991- NBC announces that Johnny Carson will be replaced by Jay Leno in 1992 1971- Last broadcast of the “Ed Sullivan Show” 1960- Roy Orbison releases hit song, “Only the Lonely” 1944- Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. receives Congressional Medal of Honor 1944- D-Day- invasion […]

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Pray, Ask, Listen

Motivated by another interesting discussion from church, I write today’s post about what to do when you confront or are confronted by non-believers. Of course, religion can be a touchy subject, so it’s important to avoid lecturing or forcing your beliefs on anyone. God is the reason for someone converting, and our responsibility is to […]

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Software Making You Cranky?

Not satisfied with your Financial software? Ever feel like you are always needing more options or help with figuring things out? Shelby prides itself on having one of the most advanced church software systems and our financial package has more tools and capabilities than you can imagine. Check out what some of our customers are saying: General […]

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The Effects of False Messages

There has obviously been a lot of talk lately about the world ending and the group at Family Radio who traveled the country to warn people of the event that was scheduled to occur on May 21, 2011. I’m not here to give you all of the facts about the group, because chances are, you […]

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Red Rover, Red… Wait…

Inspired by another one of my Sunday School discussions, I write today to question the idea of safety. More specifically, being so cautious that we are not living the way we were meant to live. Just a few weeks ago, my Sunday School leader had us read an article from Time Magazine’s News Feed blog […]

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