Larry Shallenberger

Larry Shallenberger

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11 years ago @ Sam Luce - Lessons for the long h... · 4 replies · +1 points

God called me in a Steve Camp concert.

Why does God use bad CCM to nab his pastors?

11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - The Kindle, Nook, iPad... · 1 reply · +2 points

I bought the Nook and love it. Price was a big consideration. However the Kindle 3, changed that game.

The value of a dedicated reader seems to only be as strong as the book seller behind it. So I've found myself paying more attention to B&N's board situation...

11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Why Most Authors Shoul... · 1 reply · +2 points

Thank you for agreeing that I'm obscure... I think... ;)

11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Why Most Authors Shoul... · 3 replies · +3 points

Can't argue with this logic. I'm not considering going straight to ebook because, although it's more possible, it still doesn't resolve the obscurity challenge.

11 years ago @ The Mentoring Project ... - The Mentoring Project ... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is fantastic!

11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Don’t Wrestle with Pigs · 0 replies · +1 points

I agree with that thought. Most talk media approaches a sum-zero approach to conflict.

I'm reading the new Bonhoeffer bio and I'm impressed with Bonhoeffer's willingness to befriend and engage theologians with whom he had strong disagreement.

So Dietrich might be a celebrated martyr and theologian. But we'd never give him a radio show today.

11 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Rework by Jason Fried ... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'd like a copy because it looks like my pastor role is about to completely change (without me leaving my church). I think this might be a case of the right book at the right time.

12 years ago @ Sam Luce - Stuff Kid's Pastors Li... · 1 reply · +1 points

Great post. Love the last paragraph. The illustrations serve the text, not the reverse.

12 years ago @ artiedavis.com - Bible & Beer...Busted!... · 0 replies · +1 points

Depends what the agreement was. If he agreed to not drink in accordance with his tribe's nuances and values, then a firing was justified. If expectations were unspoken, this might have been handled with a clarifying meeting.

Regardless, firing someone over this feels fear-based (perhaps fearing the giving base would disapprove and stop tithing.)

12 years ago @ Michael Hyatt Blog - Three Reasons You Canâ... · 2 replies · +2 points

He fired the Pharisees, but also many of the masses. Seems so counter intuitive when you read John.

Michael, any advice for kind "firings"?