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Benjamin Applebee
Father to 7. Husband to 1. Pastor. Preacher. Writer. Learner. I'm in the pursuit of helping people move from plateau to passion. And unashamedly
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Benjamin Applebee Oct 12
Episode 14 The AWP: Where Do We Go For Answers?
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Benjamin Applebee Sep 21
Episode 13, The AWP: Honest Communication & Affecting Change
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Benjamin Applebee Sep 20
Wow this kid can throw the pigskin. Assuming the organization has figured out how to babysit and mature a 23 year old this could be a very interesting year for the Browns. Absolutely electric. via
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Duke Kwon Sep 11
Since my sabbatical, my wife and I have been trying to eliminate passive browsing and scrolling, esp on social media and esp on the phone. Not simply for time management reasons, but because we’ve noticed how always darting eyes form an always darting mind and heart.
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Benjamin Applebee Sep 10
You can never make the same mistake twice because the second time you make it, it’s not a mistake, it’s a choice! A mistake that’s repeated more than once is a decision. just discovered and episode 72 is 🔥. Definitely made a subscriber out of me!
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Benjamin Applebee Sep 6
Episode 12, The AWP: Mindfulness & Mastery of Technology
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 27
Here’s the bizarre part: some Christians end up criticizing other Christians for not being ‘deep’ enough or committed enough to be ‘real’ Christians. (The fact that this may not sound bizarre to you is, in itself, evidence of how bizarre this has gotten.)
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 25
Episode 11 (Part 1 & 2), The AWP: Growth Through Tough Things Featuring Bill Applebee
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 19
Don’t nec disagree with ya jon; and I think that yes-it probably is a momentary ‘pain point’ for most introverts in the room-even from many of those I hear the opposite all day long: ‘I checked out x,y,z church down the street and from entry to exit no one genuinely talked 2 me’
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 19
Replying to @timkellernyc
Haha! I thought it was a trick when I grabbed it on the iBooks app last week! Like must be a amended copy or something; a PDF sample lol. Me and my men’s growth group are reading it! And it greatly informed our Sunday teaching series “God Conversations” this month and next!
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 19
Replying to @ThomRainer
Thom I follow and read and implement all of your stuff at our church in SoCal, but this one makes me crazy every time you post it-I DONT BELIEVE it!!! There’s gotta be a problem with this stat-some outlying factor or Something! Just seems so unfounded-at least down here!
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 15
Replying to @ericmetaxas @JZmirak
And ?! Cmon don’t be THAT guy! You’ll work yourself into obscurity with postulations like that! What I’m seeing in the next generation of Jesus followers is interest in mystics like the Richard rhors of the world, not doomsday picket-signers, cmon bro stay with it!
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 15
Replying to @ericmetaxas @JZmirak
It’s not really seriously “troubling” though is it Eric? I think more “irrelevant.” People don’t care. Whether it’s the 40% of Americans who call themselves catholic or even the global faithful by the same name-they just don’t give a rip about papal nuance like this!
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 3
Hey larry, thanks for the response-love having convos on here. I’m sure we agree, free press =100% mandatory for a democracy to thrive. Let me just ask you an honest question about the state of our press today: what does it mostly sell, stories bout good stuff or bad stuff??
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 2
I’m asking everyone the same question on this thread: in what the media-all bents and biases-sells (drama, fear, polarization) what does it ultimately amount to being: more of an advocate or an enemy of the people??
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 2
Replying to @Acosta
Stats prove the high clicked&sold stories are based on a narrative of drama, fear, chaos and disorder-you use the same base human emotion that got Trump elected ironically-So if you play the game, does that make you enemy or ally (to a people desparately in need of civility)???
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Benjamin Applebee Aug 2
Replying to @Acosta
In the clip I saw: it is clear that you’re a solid orator AND understand the theater that is a press briefing. I would ask one simple question to your question: what types of stories/content/product sell at CNN? Like which sell the most? (Most clicks if you will) let me guess...
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Benjamin Applebee Jul 31
Replying to @TheAcademy
Mystery math solver w daddy issues
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Benjamin Applebee Jul 30
Once or twice 😉
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Benjamin Applebee Jul 30
... also jk.
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