Today on The Techology Show:
Roger McKenzie – email@example.com
- Education: Undergrad at The Anderson University (Indiana), M.Div. at Anderson School of Theology, Ph.D. at TEDS in Educational Studies.
- Professor of Youth Ministry and Spiritual Formation at Southern Wesleyan University since 1998.
- Served 3 churches as church planting pastor, youth and Christian education pastor.
- Recently contributed 3 chapters to Discipleship that Transforms: An Introduction to Christian Education from a Wesleyan Holiness Perspective
- Father of 2 adult children, Ian McKenzie and Kelly Tolan.
Anthony Casey – @acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
Interview with Doc McKenzie
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THEY SAID IT
The paper résumé is dead. The Web is your résumé. Social networks are your mass references. I believe the very best talent isn’t even looking for work. They’re mobile and socially connected and too busy changing the world.
Vala Afshar, chief marketing officer at the tech firm Enterasys Networks that is in the process of hiring a six-figure, senior social media strategist based on tweets. Afshar refuses to even look at résumés.
SOURCE: USA Today
Atheists are more likely to be college-educated people who live in cities and they are highly concentrated in the social democracies of Europe. Atheism thus blossoms amid affluence where most people feel economically secure.
Dr. Nigel Barber in his article “Why Atheism Will Replace Religion”
Never before has girlhood been under such a sustained assault – from ads, alcohol marketing, girls’ magazines, sexually explicit TV programmes and the hard pornography that is regularly accessed in so many teenager’s bedrooms.
Psychologist Steve Biddulph, currently touring England to promote his book Raising Girls.
SOURCE: The Telegraph
I’m tired of burying our children. I do an average of two funerals a Saturday. When I get a break, I thank God. Sixty or 70 percent of the funerals I do are homicides.
Rev. Billy Strange of Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church who leads a coalition of pastors from Miami-Dade County’s urban communities who are tackling the issue of violent crimes.
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March 12, 2013 Zac Woodfin
March 19, 2013 Russ Gonzalus
March 26, 2013 Ron Hudson – Podium Cue
April 2, 2013 Dan Rieland Amplified Leadership
April 30, 2013 Keith Loy