Church, Technology and Goodmanson Friday, Mar 23 2007 

I met Drew Goodmanson last spring at the Reform and Resurge Conference at Mars Hill Church in Seattle. He is a great guy with an awesome heart for missions and the furthering of the Gospel. Drew went to Mars Hill Church years ago when it was just a small church. Since then he has moved to San Diego to help plant Kaleo Church, a growing movement where he is now is a pastor and elder. Drew’s specialty is with technology, especially the Internet. He has done a huge amount of work for churches through leading a company called Monk Development. This company has created “several church apps such as Ekklesia 360, a web-based Church CMS and Sermon Cloud a web 2.0 sermon site,” as well as creating websites for numerous churches. For anyone interested in the church, technology, and how to use one (technology) to serve the other (the church) check out Drew’s blog where there is enough information to keep you busy for weeks (at least.) And if your church needs a website, give him a call and I am sure he will be helpful in creating a site far beyond what you could imagine.

It Burns -Rachele B. Monday, Oct 9 2006 

God just basically knocked me over with a burning passion for whatever is going down in Boston. no joke…there is a deep ache in my heart right now. Hes showing me that awesome things can happen if we take Him seriously. Part of taking Him seriously is going to Him in intense prayer about this. So…im not really giving you an option…if you want to see Him move in powerful ways…we’re talking mountains here…we have to pray. Prayer is a POWERFUL weapon…especially when we gather together in agreement. I’m thinking setting aside time during the week to get those who have a burning on their heart for this together to pray and seek the heart of God for this. Even if I am doing it alone…its gotta be done! so…you in?

I am in.

The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working. Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he prayed fervently that it might not rain, and for three years and six months it did not rain on the earth. Then he prayed again, and heaven gave rain, and the earth bore its fruit.
– James 5:16 –