A Couple Observations on Churches in Ireland

A Couple Observations on Churches in Ireland

One of the questions we’ve been asked frequently since arriving in Ireland is “What churches are doing well?” So it is one we’ve been exploring as well. That question is subjective. As you know, I’m not Ed Stetzer. So this is anecdotal information we’ve gathered...
Let’s Hangout

Let’s Hangout

In our most recent newsletter, I mentioned that Elizabeth and I are going to be hosting a video chat or two with any interested members of our support team. We are going to be setting up those chats in the next week or so. Our plan is to update you on where we are at,...
S is for “Seriously?”

S is for “Seriously?”

Over the past day or so I’ve been taking a bunch of assessments. Perhaps this demonstrate how odd I am, but I love these things. It was probably about 20 years ago when I took my first Myers-Briggs and discovered that I am an INTJ. There was a lot about me that just...
Huddle Up

Huddle Up

The year before we planted the Vineyard Church in Ithaca somehow I convinced a recent Cornell graduate, James Cherian, to stay in Ithaca for another year and take part in an internship. While there was some books to read, and projects to complete, the major part of...
Our Journey (part 4) – A Bit of a Curve Ball

Our Journey (part 4) – A Bit of a Curve Ball

(This is the fourth post in a series detailing our journey from Ithaca to Dublin. You can find the previous posts here, here & here.) “What do you want us to do with the next 20 years of our lives?” I already knew the answer to that question. In fact I...

Supporting Our Church Plant

The following post is information that we will be putting up over at DublinChurchPlant.com. Wanted to post it here first. Money. There, I said it…Money. (actually “there, I typed it”) If you found yourself here it is most likely because you clicked on the button...