On A More Serious Note…

After last weeks “Photoshopping” Debacle, I thought it would be important to move to more realistic topics.  Thanks to everyone who joined in on the fun.  The biggest news as of late is that our house church is going on a corporate fast together.  The Lord was really pressing several of us independently about the need to step out in a new way and move forward with what the Lord is calling us to.  But we have little idea what that looks like.  We know we need Jesus to show up in our midst and that what we’ve experienced so far is not enough to take where we’re going.  So we called a fast. Keep tuned…we’ll give more details and more direction over the next few days. 

 

Also, hopefully soon I’m going to get around to writing a little more seriously about some things the Lord has been stirring on my heart.  Look for “A Vision For Cultivating Your Heart” and “Apostolic Witness and the Resurrection of Jesus” in the near future.

 

Also, on a more serious note, I want to say thanks to Randy Bohlender, writer of Stuff I Think, for a great run as a blogger.  I think Randy inspired a lot of us to write, to be ourselves, and to seek God wholeheartedly all at the same time through blogging.  His blogging will be missed.  Catch up with what people say about his departure here. 

 

Love you all

Travis

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

2 responses to “On A More Serious Note…”

  1. Shawn Blanc says :

    He did have a great run. Although I didn’t know about his blog until I was already signed up, Randy was a huge help for me getting my feet wet.

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