Josh Brage

Man’s Best Friend
August 30, 2006, 7:49 pm
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These dogs are completely amazing.


Reverend GLO
August 29, 2006, 3:39 pm
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Please help me welcome to the blogosphere a great friend of mine, Greg Owens. Greg is a pastor of a burgeoning young church in Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City Life Church

Greg is known for his strong, patient, wise Biblical counsel. I am positive that his blog will reflect that. Go ahead, show him some link love!

Reverend Glo

August 28, 2006, 5:30 pm
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September 2 @ 1:30PM on Fox Sports Net- Louisiana Tech in Lincoln

September 9 – Nicholls State in Lincoln
September 16 – University of Southern California in Los Angeles
September 23 – Troy in Lincoln
September 30 – Kansas Jayhawks in Lincoln
October 7 – Iowa State Hawkeyes in Ames, Iowa
October 14 – Kansas State Wildcats in Manhattan, Kansas
October 21 – Defending National Champion Texas Longhorns in Lincoln
October 28 – Oklahoma State Cowboys in Stilwater, Oklahoma
November 4 – Missouri Tigers in Lincoln (Homecoming Game)
November 11 – Texax A&M Aggies in College Station, Texas
November 24 – Colorado Buffaloes in Lincoln

Yes, you are correct. It is that time again. Time when nothing else matters on a Saturday, except where can I find the Cornhusker game on tv. Time when friendships get placed aside based on geographic location on their alma mater preference. Time when student/athletes are the stars. And most of all time when chili is the standard meal every weekend. It is almost fall. It is almost time for football.

August 28, 2006, 4:43 pm
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Ragamuffinsoul has a great breakdown of the different types of bloggers – here.

AuXano Orientation Video
August 23, 2006, 4:51 pm
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Get this video and more at

Yeah, that’s right.
Not too much needs to be said on this, but some background. This is a video that we created to open the 04/05 AuXano year. A lot changed over the course of that year, a lot didn’t. Sure the MI theme has been a little overdone, but you know what? It is cool.

Civilization is Doomed
August 23, 2006, 3:35 pm
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10,000 Reasons Civilization is Doomed

This is a fascinating site. Funny funny stuff. Here is the site description from the site:

Welcome to the 10,000 Reasons Civilization is Doomed website. This site was started by six friends who, sitting around the dinner table one Saturday night, came to the conclusion that civilization was doomed. We felt this way not because of the inevitable dimming of our sun, or an errant asteroid, but rather because of the idiocy of our times. Frankly, we are tired of the fake optimism, superficiality, non-talented celebrities, doped-up athletes, dishonest and illiterate politicians, corporate thieves, wife-beaters and evangelical terrorists rampant in the world today and we decided that one way of making ourselves feel better would be to list them for all the world to see and to add upon.

This is a list that is started by the people, aggregated by the people and an offering to all people everywhere that want to take solace in a list that proves that we are not being fooled. Rather, we are on to all the bullcrap out there and want to make it clear to anyone that adds to this list that you, too, can take comfort in like-minded individuals that have come together to express the 10,000 Reasons Civilization is Doomed. Perhaps if we are heard, some of the doom can be deterred.

Thank you for contributing to this list.
— The Vezzanello 6

Response to Church Needs Dudes
August 17, 2006, 4:40 pm
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Rhett Smith has a rebuttal for the Mark Driscoll video that I posted previously here.

But it just seems to me to continue to point fingers at what some see as the “feminizing” of the church, or “girlie love songs to God”, etc. is a very oversimplistic view/or not a very helpful view of something that is much deeper. I guess I’m just wondering, do these 60% “chickafied church boys” that Driscoll talks about, and the 40% of dudes that are still, “sort of chicks” have to be convinced only to come to church if we start playing football games on the big screen during services, and hand out swords to them instead of bulletins…you get the point.

I agree. Young men aren’t exactly coming in droves to church. I see this at my church and in the ministry I oversee. But is that because it’s too feminine? And are the guys who are coming and who are pursuing Christ faithfully and serving, are they “chickafied?”