A New Year’s Prayer

We still get to talk about the New Year until the end of January, right? Okay, good. In Art House America, Jessica Brown wrote about a prayer for the new year: Twelve years ago in the little gift shop of St. Mary’s church in Oxford, I found a tray of laminated prayer cards. Assuming “An [Read More...]

The Imagination Wars

Businesspeople, creatives, theologians, and others have long said that our imaginations are vitally important to showing us why, and how, we do the things we do. But what vision animates your imagination? For more on this, you can watch a short talk from Gabe Lyons of Q which asks an important question: what vision of [Read More...]

The Best Punctuation Marks

It may seem frivolous, I suppose, but thinking about punctuation is one of those things that writers and teachers love to do. I spent a half hour in an upper-level college writing class recently explaining what difference it makes to a reader whether you use a comma, a colon, a semicolon, a dash, or some [Read More...]

Wearable Technology: Darth Vader or Dick Tracy?

The whole issue of “wearable technology” has been around a long time, but it’s starting to become a hot topic with advancements like Google Glass and Fitbit. So over at The High Calling, Marcus Goodyear is asking, “Does it matter if people see technology before they see each other?” Forget about the big TVs. The [Read More...]


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