I had a bad day today. The reasons aren’t important and some very good and hopeful things happened later in the day that I’m glad about. But I was still cranky. Until my friend Gene wrote this on my facebook wall. It was the laugh I needed. I’ll sleep well tonight with a much better […]
Monthly Archive for June, 2008
Here’s the long awaited #43. I apologize for the sound quality – I had the air conditioner running and it was louder than what I realized. Recently I have been pondering the rise and decling of Starbucks and their efforts to reconnect with their core values. What I see happening is their origins of offering […]
One part of my wired wanderings that I have come to appreciate are the people who take the time to explore wired jesus to learn more about the postmodern journey of faith and my take on it. This includes some saavy call committees who have come here to get a better idea about who I […]
Yesterday I was supply preaching at a church in Aurora, IL, a far west suburb of Chicago and the Gospel for the day was the call of Matthew to be a disciple of Jesus. Now this was a fairly traditional congregation but good folks that I enjoyed worshipping with but I would have liked to […]
My Facebook page had been dormant for awhile, so I did some updating this past few days. In honor of that, here is the Facebook Song. I don’t know if this means I have discovered a new means of creative expression or that I am on the road to having no life.
May and June have been absolutely nuts but the good news is that our transition continues. We have moved in our apartment and closed on our house despite my wife nearly breaking her ankle and ending up on crutches (not to get out of helping with the move 🙂 ). So once we get things […]