flock:ology

Exploring church strategy, organization and marketing with the belief that 1>99.

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How to win without your star player

I am sitting in the Cincinnati airport this AM watching CNN when they showed Tom Brady going down for the hundredth time (My condolences to New England fans).  NFL teams often plan for this contingency by having a good back-up in the wings, one that knows the playbook and has practiced for the team.  While…

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Learning how to use other Web 2.0 tools

Over the weekend, I have been trying to start exploring the different Web 2.0 tools that are out there. I wasn’t quite sure where to start, so I started copying people. I started to pay attention how a number of people are getting the word out, and here are the big tools I found. 1….

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Screaming in the wildness (early reflections of a new blogger)

I read a number of blogs and listened to a number of podcasts that are encouraging people to “get out there” and start creating content. I just received a new iPod for my birthday and back to listening to podcasts.  I less than one hour, I heard the voices of Mitch Joel, CC Chapman and…

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Finding your voice…passion and blogging

I have spent a lot of time in the car today going from appointment to appointment, and spent a lot of time listening to podcasts.  I have been working through a couple episodes of “Manging the Gray” by CC Chapman and “Six Pixels of Separation” by Mitch Joel.  While I haven’t met either CC or…

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Deparately Seeking Simplicity…the black sock syndrome

I went to go get dressed this morning and I quickly grabbed a set of socks from my sock drawer.  I thought I was grabbing a pair of navy blue socks in our darkened room, but once I got them into a good light, I saw that I grabbed a pair of black socks.  I…

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