Archive | October, 2009

Frontview Mirror – I Can’t Wait

It is a huge weekend coming up which I would like to dedicate to Jerry Glanville, former head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. It was Glanville that prior to the 1992 season traded Brett Favre to the Green Bay Packers. 5877 completions, 66,808 yards, 476 touchdowns, 3 MVPS, 10 Pro Bowls, 275 consecutive starts, and […]

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Mike Scioscia – The Best Manager In Baseball

The following is the 2nd part of my look at the best organization in baseball, the Los Angeles Angels. In this post, we will analyze the leadership style of Mike Scioscia and what we can learn his approach. The Angels, though not as famous as the Chicago Cubs, had a long history of play-off collapses. […]

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An Ode To The Los Angeles Angels

We have all been inspired by the play of the Los Angeles Angels this year as they responded to the untimely death of Nick Adenhart. I feel that along with the New England Patriots, they have the finest organization in sports. In the first of a two part series discussing their approach to winning, I […]

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Rearview Mirror

It’s been a great weekend and the following are some thoughts from it: Fantastic day at Fellowship Bible Church with Senior Pastor Crawford Loritts. Spoke on Acts 13:1-3 and how God uses diversity to spread the Gospel. I am so excited about how our church is serving and impacting the Roswell, GA community. As you […]

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Frontview Mirror – Troy Polamalu

As I head into the weekend, the main item I will be interested in seeing is the Pittsburgh Steelers vs Minnesota Vikings. I think the game will be won in the secondary so I am picking the Steelers primarily because of one man, Troy Polamalu. I think in this Golden Age of Safeties, he is […]

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Yankee Stadium and Church Buildings Part 3

The following is my final installment of principles church leaders can take away from the construction of the new Yankee Stadium. A new facility will increase involvement in the many products that are connected to it. 50,000 pair of eyes each evening see creative advertising on the new Jumbotron. As many new people attend your […]

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Yankee Stadium and Church Buildings Part 2

The following is Part 2 of what church leaders can learn from new facilities, in this case the new Yankee Stadium. A “New” facility creates positive momentum for a church. When you visit a new stadium, the grass looks greener. The hot dogs taste better. The parking and amenities are better. When a new church […]

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