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John Pattison
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I’m in the middle of a series of blog posts that are the absolute starting point for grant seeking. So far I’ve written a post about the six most common types of grant awards. I also wrote a follow-up post with nine additional grant types that may be less…
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Beyond our windshields, beyond the statistics, and in ways perhaps still too subtle to be registered on the Geiger counters of popular Christian culture, something is stirring.
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God is helping the Church see the Neighborhood with fresh eyes. But what if it's within the context of the Neighborhood that the Church itself is best seen?

My new post on the Slow Church blog.
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Tomorrow we point our car toward home. We're in Chico tomorrow and Tuesday. Home on Wednesday, after hitting 15 states in two weeks.
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Kate's college friend, Mat Kearney, has the number one album on iTunes.
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This part of the Newark airport is not nap-conducive. And so I write Google+ posts to sleeping friends.
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Less than 24 hours in Pennsylvania and less than two in Philly. Seven days to get here and less than one to get back. Kate picks me up at the airport tomorrow afternoon and we immediately get on the road for the nine hour drive to Chico. I can't wait to see them.
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You should read Calvin Trillin's reflections in The New Yorker about reporting in the South after the Supreme Court desegregated schools in Atlanta and New Orleans. Seriously: thank God for judicial activism.
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My "Slow Church" essay is now up at NeueMagazine.com.
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I gave five stars to Tina Fey's book, "Bossypants," on Goodreads. (The audiobook is the way to go.) Maybe my favorite line: "Politics and prostitution have to be the only jobs where inexperience is considered a virtue."
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