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My Dad would totally tweet. And he would have been a terrific blogger. He was a child psychologist most of his life, and told hilarious stories about unconventional treatments. He loved words and he loved to write. He could never pass up a good pun (or a bad one). He would have loved the challenge… Continue reading thinking of Dad
Today I’m traveling to Chicago, to participate in this year’s Q Conference. It’s about 4 things: Culture, Future, Church, and Gospel. “Q is a place where innovators, church leaders, social entrepreneurs, and cultural leaders come together to explore the church’s role in positively contributing to culture,” and “collaborate around the biggest questions facing the church… Continue reading Q 2010
On Sunday I had the privilege of being part of an amazing experience, Lumen.131. With a tagline “Bringing questions to light,” the goal was to begin an open discussion about some topics that we as believers can often find difficult to discuss, and hopefully find ways to compassionately engage with them. Check out the link… Continue reading lumen learnings
Thanksgiving is here, and I thought it might be interesting to remember what some other people thought about thankfulness. Some people who sort of got the whole thing started. The very first Thanksgiving proclamation was written in 1676 by the governing council of Charlestown, Massachusetts. They declared “…a day of Solemn Thanksgiving and praise to… Continue reading about giving thanks
This has to be one of the most incredible experiences – ever. We visited an Elephant Camp, where the elephants put on a little show, and then you get to take a ride. At this particular camp, the elephants are famous for their paintings. They do a variety of tricks, including playing harmonicas and a… Continue reading elephant camp
So my friend and I made it to Thailand. Here we are in the hotel lobby making use of the wi-fi to keep up with all the necessary social technologies. It’s hot, and very humid. Our room is lovely, and a little bit rustic. (Although the rolled towel took care of the 2-inch gap under… Continue reading in Thailand
It can be argued that single people have a lot more freedom than married people – freedom to focus on a career, travel, to use the remote, to spend or save discretionary income. There’s also freedom to date, which can be either a lot of fun or a royal pain in the you-know-what, depending on… Continue reading types of men
Sarah Markley has been writing a very important series this week, titled “My New Name.” She’s a gifted writer, and this series courageously details the steps that took her into an affair, and nearly destroyed her marriage. It’s a story every woman needs to read. Begin with Part 1, here.
Promise Keepers conference invites women for first time. Been there, done that. Sold the T-shirts. Heh.