Archives for Jul 17, 2009 @ 15:18

Never Alone 3

These sorts of questions and authors have kept me from reading much fiction. It is not that I don’t appreciate the authors – I often read biographies of fiction writers – or that I don’t think they have had their day. You’ve got me cornered if you say Homer, Virgil, and Dante are fiction writers. [Read More…]

Tell us what you think: from John LaGrou

John LaGrou is avant garde when it comes to the power and value of technology. In this post, he questions the long term value and survival of the Sunday sermon. What do you think? Antoine at MMM asks, “How Do Faith-Based Organizations Respond to Increasingly Mobile-Connected Members and Communities?” This isn’t just a good question. I [Read More…]

CS Lewis and You

It seems that most folks I run into have a CS Lewis moment or event or book they like. I first read CS Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia when I was in college. Kris had read them and couldn’t stop talking about them so we began our adventure with his novels then and there. I [Read More…]

Beginning with God 3

It all begins with God — what we think about God shapes what we think about ourselves and those around us and our world. It begins with God. James Bryan Smith, in The Good and Beautiful God: Falling in Love With the God Jesus Knows (The Apprentice Series) , helps us think about this. God [Read More…]