Unless you’ve been living deep in the mountains or have been asleep through the last decade you, no doubt, have been influenced by the cultural wave of social media. Social media is changing the landscape of how and when people interact, think, market, and sell. The blending of technology and social interaction has given us the almighty Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and a host of other web 2.0 services.

Online social networking is built on the premise that people want to connect with other people. Of course, many naysayers believe that relationships connected through web technology are somehow less than personal. These are probably the same people who still believe that computers are a passing fad, that humankind has never set foot on the moon, and who have figured out the exact dates of Jesus’ imminent return. Don’t believe them. Read the rest of this entry »

Check out  my latest article available over at Chuck Swindoll’s Insight For Living Magazine, Insights. It’s titled Can Bible Knowledge be Trivial? Go check it out here.

We Are Storied People

December 20, 2010

If there is a universal currency that seems to have transcended country and culture across the ages of time, it certainly would not be the Canadian dollar, the English language, or a gift card to Starbucks. The currency of the ages is story.
I remember passing by an Aldo store full of people, shoes, and people buying shoes, which, at the outset, is totally normal. The giant advertisement in the window was, however, odd. Everything was in its right place; model in a short skirt, long legs, trendy shoes, and cool photography. The only odd part was the question on the advertisement: “What is your story?” Read the rest of this entry »
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