Tag Archives: new ideas

Be fresh / be original! (This’ll help.)

Be a creative writer–an original. You can do so much more than just quote, repeat, or borrow other people’s ideas. Try to saySomething positiveTodayThat’s never been saidIn the very same way. I like quotes,But not simplyQuoting.I use quotesAs springboardsTo inspire … Continue reading

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A few things not said (like this) before . . .

The world has enough crude, mean, vulgar, profane, and disrespectful words and images. Why not say, write, or post something uplifting instead? My two favorite electronic devices are my mind and my heart. I’m addicted to scrolling through them both … Continue reading

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New Ideas, Worn Out Ideas, & Re-engineering Church

A live electric wire on the ground is not boring. It is attention grabbing, powerful, full of sparks, exciting, indescribable, and unpredictable.  A live church service of people flowing together in God’s current is the same. About God? Or by … Continue reading

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