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Granger Friday Afternoon

Sep 22, 2006
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Markbattersonicc_1

Mark Batterson is up right now sharing at the Innovative Church Conference.  Love hearing Mark’s story of how God is using his team out in DC. 

5 things Mark just shared:

  1. Enjoy the journey
  2. Be yourself
  3. Stop criticizing (Christians need to be known for what they are FOR more so than what they are AGAINST…
  4. Offend Pharisees
  5. Make Mistakes

Looking forward to hearing from Perry in a few minutes…  I am so proud of these guys and honored to call them my friends.

Bloggingworkshop

Snuck in late this morning to the "blogging" workshop.  Tony, Kem and team did a great job. It was cool to see so many people excited about blogging.  Got caught off guard when Kem put me on the spot and asked me to share a couple of blogging "tips" with the crowd.  Whew…

Gotta go.  More later…


3 Responses to “Granger Friday Afternoon”

  1. metromom says:

    Scott, enter this in your browser for a little laugh…
    http://sites.gizoogle.com/index2.php?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.scotthodge.typepad.com%2F
    loved the “bootylicious job”… :) hope you’re having a great day!

  2. emma says:

    Stop criticizing is a top one… Christians should DEFINATELY be known for what we are for, not against… that’s part of the reason ‘Christian’ carries such negative connotations I think!

  3. Joni says:

    We Christians need to stop criticizing each other as well. As a new believer way back when, that very thing almost made me run from Christianity because many Christians I met showed no outward difference from anyone else I knew except they knew all the rules and what everyone else wasn’t supposed to be doing. But God led me through it with 2 fabulous loving people(Christians) that I still talk to today. Their actions were volumes above any sermon I heard. And they inspire me to go positive when I’d rather go negative.

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