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Have you heard of the sunk cost fallacy? We’ve been talking about one manifestation of it this week in the office, and it got me thinking about the ways we fall victim to it in our spiritual lives.
For a while now, I’ve been talking about the need for us to do some upgrades to Parkland’s building and grounds. Today, I want to tell you about the plans we’re making and invite you to be involved.
I love my job, but I know that I occasionally need to get away from it to keep myself sane. I did that this week, and it helped me see things a bit differently, and I’d like to share that with you.
One of the best parts of launching our new service format last week was learning what your dreams are for Parkland’s future. Today I want to reflect on what you said and what it means for our church.
We’ve been talking about the changes we’re making to our Sunday morning services for a while now, and I’m so excited to finally get started. Let’s talk about what you can expect this week.
Let’s do a thought experiment. Think for a minute about a time when you were the outsider. It’s not a pleasant feeling. Hopefully reading the rest of this article won’t make you feel the same way.
I’ve never met a Christian who is completely satisfied with the strength of their prayer life, myself included. But why is that? And what should we do about it? Let’s think about those questions.
In its history, Parkland has never been the church that feels like it has to do what all the other churches do just because they’re doing it. And we’re about to break open the box again. Here’s how.
In an episode of The Crown (on Netflix, if you’re unaware), a character explains the protocol for seating at state dinners. Turns out where you sit matters. And not just at Buckingham Palace either.
Every year, millions of Christians prepare for Easter by observing Lent. I’m not one of those people. And it may not be for the reason you think.
I love preaching through books of the Bible, mostly because I know exactly what I’m preaching on week to week. But sometimes this approach presents interesting challenges, and I found one this week.