And why I find them to be more magic than manic

October 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

I love Mondays. I don’t find them manic, as thoughtful cultural influencers might lead you to believe they should be. For me, they tend more toward magic. And never do I wish Mondays were Sundays. I don’t dislike weekends, I should add. I’m fairly particular about taking the weekend off from work, other than church […]

iPad Mini? Yes, please!

And a not so subtle plea for an update to Evernote for iPad

October 26, 2012 | 4 Comments

I’ve had a building, occasionally fickle, and somewhat disruptive curiosity with 7ish inch tablet scene. At this point, though, its a man crush. I started with a hypothetically rooted Nook Color, which I may or may not have put a Kindle app on. I mostly used it for bedtime reading and browser testing while the […]

Social Media Isn’t All Bad

Or why I loved building a new site for Help One Now

October 17, 2012 | Leave a comment

My memories of grad school philosophy classes are a mingling of confusion, trauma, and contempt for long dead authors with too much time on their hands. Somewhere in that swirling of dread, a few interesting quotes have survived. One that I think of often is The birth of the reader comes at the death of […]

Everyday Theology

An Ecclesia Network Regional Event

October 3, 2012 | Leave a comment

I’m excited about this weekend — our first ever regional event for the newly forming Midsouth region of the Ecclesia Network, in conjunction with the also newly forming Missio Alliance. I’ve presented at two similar events in LA and Denver in recent years, but this year, I’m serving as MC and facilitator. Our theme is […]