Josh Brickey

Josh Brickey

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11 years ago @ marcuswilliamson - Inspiration: Paper People · 0 replies · +1 points

These are great. Where can you buy one of these at?

12 years ago @ tylerstanton.com - 5 Questions You've Nev... · 0 replies · +1 points

You definitely need to interview me. Just get your people to call my people and we'll see if we can make it happen.

12 years ago @ joshbrickey.com - Things You Can't Do Wh... · 0 replies · +1 points

You're right....the pool video was funny, too. I think they should make this a series.

12 years ago @ joshbrickey.com - We're Like Milk Chocolate · 0 replies · +2 points

Thanks Ben. I'm expecting a call for some musical work. :) The video quality sucked, but hey...you work with what you got.

12 years ago @ joshbrickey.com - What should the church... · 1 reply · +1 points

I like what you\'ve got to say man. i agree. Let me ask you this...how do you think the church can become these things? Also, how do you think the church can create an experience of participation?

12 years ago @ zach pippin - Future of Missions · 0 replies · +1 points

Awesome story of God's provision. I look forward to reading about your experiences and pray that God will do incredible works through you while you're there.

12 years ago @ Life as a Missionary - SERMON BUMPER · 0 replies · +1 points

Nice! Great collaboration on the design and video.

12 years ago @ Life as a Missionary - Soul City Church Part 1 · 1 reply · +1 points

I'm intrigued and looking forward to what Soul City Church is going to do. They have a heck of a team pulling this together and will do some awesome things.

I will say this...there needs to be more churches like this here. I know there are tons of churches here in the Bible Belt, but let's face...having a church and being the Church is different. There's almost an "unlearning Christianity" of sorts that has to happen here because people associate being a Christian with their semi-regular, church service attendance. A case might even be made that it makes it harder to make real disciples here...real, 7 day a week disciples. Either way...there is a huge need in both.

Like I said, I'm really looking forward to seeing what Soul City does as well. I know of at least one church that is on it's way to getting off the ground this coming year in Columbia that hopes to implement some similar, yet unique ideas. :)

Good post Marcus.

12 years ago @ Human3rror - Caption Please. · 1 reply · +1 points

Behind the Scenes at the Benny Hinn Boot Camp

12 years ago @ Church-o-sphere - Church Music · 1 reply · +1 points

Just shooting straight, I think that excellence and authenticity are both essential. Let's face it, churches that constantly emphasize that it's more about the "heart" or "authenticity" than excellence, probably have music and/or vocalists that suck. On the other hand, if a church constantly talks about their excellence and how it's paramount, they may in fact be disguising some deeper heart issues.

I'm not going to lie...if there isn't excellence, I'm not going to keep attend the church even if it's authentic. And vice versa. I say keep both standards high or don't do it at all. :)