Office Space PrinterTo our loyal readers,

If things are looking strange around here and/or you couldn’t access the site over the past few days: our apologies. We actually lost the entire site along with every post we’ve written since early 2011.

After a collective minor heart attack and some serious consideration of: What if we lost everything forever?—we’re back.

But we did have to restart from the ground floor. So while it seems like we’ve got all the content here, we’re not 100% sure that all of the external links floating around the interwebs will function properly. What we are sure of, however, is that much of the formatting will be off and many pictures will be missing or skewed (which will hurt me more than it will hurt Preston—if he notices).

All that to say, please bear with us if things look funny around the site. We’re going to try to get everything back in order so that it’s as useful to you as it can be, but that will probably take some time and we may never get it back exactly as it should be. We’ll also likely be choosing a new look and feel for the site overall, so if it looks like we’re having an identity crisis, we are.

Thanks for your patience.

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Mark Beuving currently serves as Associate Pastor at Creekside Church in Rocklin, CA. Prior to going back into pastoral ministry, Mark spent ten years on staff at Eternity Bible College as a Campus Pastor, Dean of Students, and then Associate Professor. Mark now teaches online adjunct for Eternity. He is passionate about building up the body of Christ, training future leaders for the Church, and writing. Though he is interested in many areas of theology and philosophy, Mark is most fascinated with practical theology and exploring the many ways in which the Bible can speak to and transform our world. He is the author of "Resonate: Enjoying God's Gift of Music" and the co-author with Francis Chan of "Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples." Mark lives in Rocklin with his wife and two daughters.