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Thank you, Pete.

Earlier this week, when I learned of Pete Wilson’s resignation from Cross Point Church, I was devastated, yet proud  (I know, seems a little twisted). I began following Pete and his ministry during my time on staff at… 583 more words

Pete Wilson Resigns Cross Point Pastorate

As reported on various websites yesterday, Pete Wilson resigned on the weekend from Cross Point, the Nashville church he founded in 2003.

Part of the reason you’re reading this today is because in late 2007, I decided I wanted to get closer to a fraternity of writers, pastors and Christian leaders that were doing this “blogging” thing. 507 more words


Study: Asians outpacing Latino population

What would Pete Wilson do now? They keep coming, and coming! No not Latinos…Asians! Oh my!!!

The growth of the U.S. Latino population — once the nation’s fastest growing — slowed considerably over the past seven years and slipped behind that of Asian Americans amid declining Hispanic immigration and birth rates, a study released Thursday found. 82 more words

Sacramento Update

A Parable of Pete Wilson and Prop 187

Republican Senator and former San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson won election to become California’s governor in 1990. Consistent with previous Republican statewide candidacies, Wilson took 47 percent of the Hispanic vote. 746 more words

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Punishment for good?

When I was a kid I had a habit of sassing. I didn’t get into too much trouble, except for my mouth. (That’s probably still true today) For punishment I’d get something taken away from me, most notably my bike or watching my favorite show (MacGyver y’all). 461 more words


Hotel California: The Rise and Fall of Camarillo State Mental Hospital

When mental institutions are discussed in the United States, our minds go to dark places. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest soars off the pages and into the popular psyche of what mental institutions looked like during their existence. 968 more words


the waiting game

Disclaimer: I bought this book when I was actually unable to sleep, and actively pursuing some ministry dreams. I recommend it greatly- especially if your soul is restless. 588 more words