Today on The Techology Show

Chad McCallum –

Chad serves as the Lead Pastor of Compass Church in Byron Center, Michigan. Chad and a small group of his friends planted Compass Church in 2006 with a vision of seeing the entire region permeated with the love and message of Jesus Christ. Chad received his theological education from Indiana Wesleyan University. As exciting as ministry has been, Chad’s primary passion is his wife Julie and their three children, Chase, Miles, and Jackson. Chad recently stated, “I want to be a part of leading Compass Church into the future and helping other churches as well. But that’s not where my leadership starts. My spiritual leadership begins in my home, with my wife and children. After God they come first.” Chad enjoys golf, a cup of coffee with friends, stand up comedy (in 2008 Chad was named one of the 10 Funniest People in Grand Rapids), following University of Michigan athletics, and reading anything pertaining to leadership and the local church.





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“Today’s young people are impressed by the position and appearance of these celebrities. Simply because of their popularity and prominence they are perceived as heroes and role models. When celebrities express appreciation to God for their talents this generation will see it as aspirational.” – Joseph L. Price Whittier College Religious Studies professor talking about the impact of celebrity Christians Like Tim Tebow and Justin Bieber.


“The Christian owes his ultimate allegiance to God, and if any earthly institution conflicts with God’s will it is your Christian duty to take a stand against it. You must never allow the transitory evanescent demands of man-made institutions to take precedence over the eternal demands of the Almighty God.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr from his 1956 article entitled A  Letter to American Christians

SOURCE: Ed Stetzer: The Lifeway Research Blog

“So Obama has thrown in his lot with Silicon Valley paymasters who threaten all software creators with piracy, plain thievery,” – Rupert Murdock calling into question the Obama administration’s warning that it would not support the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)

SOURCE: The Guardian

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Coming up

January 18, 2012 Chad McCallum
January 25, 2012 Matthew Deprez
February 1, 2012 Scott Simmons
February 8, 2012 Dr. Tom Armiger CEO of World Hope International