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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Ericast 248 - Billy and Hal

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Every so often I come across a podcast where I think, "My 'tribe' needs to hear that!"  And then I realize that I've begun to use social media buzzwords like 'tribe' and then I go repent and then I come back and do what I had originally planned to do.  So, courtesy of Billy Murphy and the Forever Jobless podcast, this week's episode features an introduction to Hal Elrod.

I'm doing much better with his "Can't Change It" philosophy than I am with the "Miracle Morning," which is in a similar vein to Jeff Sanders' "5 a.m. Miracle" -- and both are hard for me to do more than verbally assent to.  But, assent is probably the first step...?

(No, the Ericast isn't going to become something worse than a clip-show where we just take clips from other people's podcasts... but Billy's interview with Hal is worth your time.  If you want to hear the rest of the interview, head to his Forever Jobless site and fill in the gaps for yourself.)

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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Ericast 247 - Churches as Buildings

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This week we take a look at the loss of the historic Peace Lutheran Church building in Baldwin, Wisconsin.  But we look at it in the context of iconoclasm, which is the kind of atypical take that you've come to expect from the Ericast!

There's also a highlight from the Dweeb Thoughts feed ("meeting people where they're at" vs. "build it and they will come"); remember that you can subscribe to those off-the-cuff technological thoughts at

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