Monthly Archives: April 2009

Outsourcing in the Church

A good friend of PS20’s sent an excerpt from Seth Godin’s April 20 blog post that addresses an interesting option facing the church in today’s marketplace:
Prediction: The effort required to outsource a task involving the manipulation of data of any kind will continue to decrease until it will be faster and cheaper to outsource just [...]


So, I just got done running. No kidding, I’m actually still panting and my keyboard is getting sweat drips as I type! I don’t run very often… in fact, this is the first time I’ve run in quite awhile. Several years ago, I ran the Chicago Marathon and, since then, I’ve hardly [...]