after several hours of cut-and-paste this week, I’ve got all the old blog entries migrated and entered into the latest and greatest blogging tool (personal publishing system, as the MovableType tagline would put it).. to look back, I started it all in [ . . . ]
[while djchuang.com is under renovation, I'll put this blog entry here for now] Russell Yee posted this on Waterwind: Inside back cover full-page ad in the current issue of _Christianity Today_: “Asian-American churches are at a crossroads. Our new D.Min. will help [ . . . ]
StrangeBanana hosts a computer-generated web design, automagically creates templates that have never been seen before and never seen again, unless someone, like you, saves it.
Thanks for stopping by, you’re getting a roughed-out view of the renovation that’s under way here at djchuang.com .. i’m folding in a number of blogs here into what I shall call a “metablog”, and then bloggerizing (is that a word?) the [ . . . ]
I’m reading thru seveal books simultaneously, as is one of my preferred habits.. one of them is the lauded Jim Collins’ book, “Good to Great“, which I’m reading to engage conversations about a transitioning non-profit organization. Too often the concept quoted from [ . . . ]
I jumped in on this thread over at Emergent, and the conversation is steering toward the macro level rather than the ethnic + inter-cultural level, which is just as good a direction to go, given the collective aggregate voices there.. I?ve found [ . . . ]
(just checked in to my commenting plug-in, and it wasn?t working right with the new blogger pro, for the most part; some of your comments got through, but I?d imagine there were many of you who checked-in and asked yourself: hey, where [ . . . ]
This vision from a leading business magazine resonates with me: We believe that there is no greater power in the world than the force of a great idea. We believe that people are the lifeblood of every organization. We believe that the [ . . . ]