REAL LIVES

Posted: July 15th, 2013 | Blog, Real Lives | Comments (0)

I was recently in Surabaya, Indonesia at the invitation of my friends to speak on discipleship. My book The LEGO Principle was recently translated into Bahasa. When I landed in Surabaya I was told that Pastor Alex wanted to meet me. I was hesitant at first owing to an early morning flight and a busy evening of speaking. In the end I agreed to the two hour visit.


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Posted: June 14th, 2013 | Blog, Favorite Posts, Real Lives | Comments (10)

You may have seen these billboards all over the city. They're usually black and signed God. I am convinced that God is responsible for these billboards but the question I often asked myself was who God was using to get these billboards up and running. I know that billboards are not cheap. One billboard in a high traffic area can be as low as 500,000 pesos a month to over 2 million. That's a big wad of money.


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Posted: May 20th, 2013 | Blog, Favorite Posts, Real Lives | Comments (0)

Last Saturday I had the privilege of having a one on one moment with Nick Vujicic, the Ozy evangelist and speaker. The first thing you sense when you are with him is pure unadulterated joy. Something that clearly comes from within. On Wednesday I will post the video interview that is really along the lines of how to connect to God, connect to others and connect others to God - The LEGO Principle.


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Posted: November 26th, 2012 | Blog, Real Lives, The Lego Principle, Videos | Comments (0)

ANC - Many of us remember Legos, those timeless, colorful building bricks that took up hours of our childhood. Now, who would have thought that they would make a poignant metaphor for building a relationship with God?


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Posted: October 5th, 2012 | Blog, Real Lives | Comments (0)

After landing in Norfolk in Virginia for The LEGO Principle televison interview at 700 Club, my son David and I were picked up by the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) limo. The driver was a man named Roberto. An amiable and courteous man dressed in a police uniform. Roberto is part of the police force that safeguards CBN and the Regent University. On the drive from the airport I found out about Roberto's amazing story.


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