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Tales from the Road : The Old Neighborhood

It is still crazy for me to realize that I moved to Albany 29 years ago this August, and haven’t lived here for 24 years. This morning we had breakfast in our old neighborhood. The picture above is of the parking lot of the local Hannafords. It used to be Stop and Shop. Back in […]

by bob

Jul 13, 2018

It is still crazy for me to realize that I moved to Albany 29 years ago this August, and haven’t lived here for 24 years. This morning we had breakfast in our old neighborhood.

The picture above is of the parking lot of the local Hannafords. It used to be Stop and Shop. Back in 1989  I sat in this parking lot in my ‘78 LTD telling God that I was quitting ministry and going home.

It ended up being one of the most important conversations in my life.  Weird how something from 3 decades ago can still feel so fresh.

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I grew up in Western New York and have started and led missional church planting efforts for a little over 30 years. As you might gather, I have opinions about the church, and I share some of them here.

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