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Author Topic: flaunted a mullet? Geeze...wow. Doesn't that go with hockey?  (Read 3191 times)
Jason Stauffacher
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« on: June 03, 2008, 10:02:03 pm »

Link on the GCM website:  http://www.gcmweb.org/news/08-05-19/a_revolution_at_ball_state.aspx

Maybe Neil played hockey.    Smiley

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A Revolution at Ball State
May 19, 2008

As a college student, Neil Kring flaunted a mullet and devoted his energies to staying out of rehab. Today, he’s on staff with GCM at Ball State University and pastors a campus church called “The Revolution.” Learn how God used GCM to influence change in his life.
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« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2008, 07:32:16 pm »

Quote from: "Jason Stauffacher"
Link on the GCM website:  http://www.gcmweb.org/news/08-05-19/a_revolution_at_ball_state.aspx

Maybe Neil played hockey.    Smiley

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A Revolution at Ball State
May 19, 2008

As a college student, Neil Kring flaunted a mullet and devoted his energies to staying out of rehab. Today, he’s on staff with GCM at Ball State University and pastors a campus church called “The Revolution.” Learn how God used GCM to influence change in his life.


Notice how they draw the glory unto themselves: "learn how God used [US]"...rather than recognizing as does scripture that we're just heralds and that God does all the real work. I could argue with someone all day about immorality or worldliness, or false doctrine, or whatever, reasonably from scripture--searching it with them and informing them of literary devices and hermeneutical principles (provided I knew all that stuff well enough) and it might make no difference without them being softened and convicted by God's Holy Spirit.
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