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Ben, I really appreciate this post. I subscribe to over 150 blogs and read them daily. Those posts where someone looks at a common act in a different way are most interesting to me. Thanks!

I was turned onto your blog from a friend in Oklahoma, Wade Tower. I just subscribed a few weeks ago. I have already been impressed and impacted by what I've read and I look forward to your future posts.

You might want to check out my blogs:

Leadership Blog -

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Rhett Laubach

Rich stuff!

Great stuff, Ben!

and great stuff Rhett!

That goes for preaching and books as well. I would rather people use their own words to describe what they learned through a sermon than use my words. Information and transformation are different (thought information may feed transformation).

Great reminders Ben!

It drives me crazy when people tell me how I should learn. Everyone is wired different. It drive me even crazier when people hear or read something insightful and do nothing about it. That's not learning. Like your pictures/examples of learning - it's a process. But if you don't do anything different, have you really learned anything? Learning is a verb. I think that's a DC Talk rap.

Thanks Ben
Nothing better than great times with great friends, sharing, discussing, challenging each other to be more like Jesus. Skin on skin - face to face.

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