New and Improved

Welcome to the new (and hopefully improved) TimSpivey.com. Take some time to explore and feel free to offer feedback. I’ll begin real posts on Wednesday. Here are some of the new things you’ll find…

-A new look

On the IPod let’s you know some of the tunes I’m listening to

What I’m reading is probably self-explanatory

Under Upcoming Events, you’ll find info on upcoming speaking engagements as well as info on how to book one if you wish

Under Must Go Events, you’ll find a link listing of some of the best Christian events anywhere.

Blogofame is a listing of up to 10 blogs that I read regularly and think might be helpful to you.

About will have brief bio on me

Photos (forthcoming) will have photo albums of family life and church stuff.

Writings (forthcoming) will have articles, reviews, and books (those aren’t free though).

All of this is designed to do two things:

1. Help enrich your spiritual life
2. Help us all get to know each other better

I hope you find it a blessing.

For His Glory,

Tim

Dr. Tim Spivey is Lead Planter of New Vintage Church in San Diego, California. He is the author of numerous articles and one book, "Jesus: The Powerful Servant." A sought after speaker for events, Tim also serves as Adjunct Professor of Religion at Pepperdine University. Tim serves as a church consultant, and his writings are featured on ChurchLeaders.com, Church Executive magazine, Faith Village, Sermon Central, and Giving Rocket.

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6 thoughts on “New and Improved

  1. Tim…thanks for the feedback…I don’t know why my name seems hard for people to get right…I’ve heard every combo under the sun…from Sam Spiney to the more typical “civvie” pronounciation of Spivey. Weird.

  2. Tim: I agree on the white/black issue. BTW, on Monday morning at 6 on the WBAP radio news, they led off with a story detailing how Highland Oaks was sending the pews to the church in Louisiana. Before they played a comment by you, they referred to you as “Pastor Tom Spivvey”, rhyming with “civvie”. I’m sure they got hundreds of calls.

  3. Love all the content. Not a big fan of the white on black. I enjoy reading about my former church and all the great things happening there. My wife and I were members back in ’85 thru ’88. The building plans look great. God bless your work there!