Author Archives: Jim Baker

Linky Wednesday 09.02.15

Did you see this?  Karate Kid was my favorite movie growing up.  It’s amazing how important context is and how you can twist a story to be anything you want it to be.  Remember that next time you’re watching your favorite news station.   == If you haven’t already check out this weeks episode of […]

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Are We In The End Times? How Can We Prepare

There’s been a lot of chatter about September having some catastrophic event.  Something about a blood moon, and the Jewish Calendar, the stock market crashing and a meteor? I believe we are in the end times.  But I believe we’ve been in the “end times” for the last 2000 years.  We can do a deeper […]

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The Hardest People To Say Goodbye To [Part 1]

It was my last night in Waikiki for Pastor RK’s homeless outreach pizza night.  There had been a few people that I had really connected with over the 3 + years I had been going down there off and on and I wanted to make sure I said goodbye. I got to see Jersey Joe, […]

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5 Lessons Learned From A 90’s Movie

Jess and I went to Pisgah Alabama this past weekend for our team retreat.  We were blessed to stay in Camp To Know Him’s nicest cabin.  I now have a new life goal to have a home with an indoor swing. There was a VCR in the room and Jess found an old VHS tape […]

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Linky Wednesday 08.19.15

Sorry for missing the past two weeks of linky wednesday.   We’re back though!   This weeks interview on Doing Ministry Well is Dan Baumann a friend of mine who spent 9 weeks imprisoned in Iran.  He mentioned the above song and it’s pretty amazing. == If you haven’t already check out this weeks episode […]

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The 9 Books Jess Will Read Over The Next 3 Months

Just a little light reading…    OR    We bought both… maybe she’ll read both of these.  This is the only one we don’t have yet, do any of you have it? My wife is a rockstar. Have you read any of these books?  What do you think?  Let us know in the comments.

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Our Transition to Tennessee

So we’ve lived on the mainland now for over a month. We spent almost half of that on the road but we’re back now. There’s a supernatural grace.  I expected to be heartsick, missing Hawaii.  Neither Jess and I feel that way. Maybe when it gets cold. Franklin is a nice town and we have […]

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Happy Sunday

Hey friends. We got back Friday from our whirlwind road trip.  Had a great time and are taking the weekend to recover. Thank you to everyone who made time for us, met with us, fed us, housed us and gave us gas money! Sorry to everyone who we were unable to see, hopefully next time. […]

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Inspired Mondays! :: Brian from Mighty Mo Coffee

Happy Monday everyone!  I NEED inspiration in my life.  I feel at my best when I’m inspired.  I’m blessed to know a lot of inspiring people.  So from time to time on Monday’s I’m going to highlight someone I know that inspires me and interview them!   I met Brian in Gig Harbor Washington in […]

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Neil Strauss’ 3 Step Writing Process

The other day I referenced the Tim Ferris podcast where Neil Strauss talked about his writing process. Here are my take-aways: The first step:   Write For Yourself Neil said that the first step is to write for himself.   He said that he wants to write down a few pages and some hefty paragraphs […]

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