Sadness. Overwhelmed. Stupid. Overcommitted. Regrets. Tossing. Turning. Sleeplessness. Can’t shake the thoughts. Stuck. Pained. Frozen. Blog hiatus. Prayers appreciated. Need tons of mercy and favor.
People have their preferences. I like Tim Keller more than John Piper. This isn’t to say that I don’t like Piper, only that I like Keller more in an celebrity deathmatch comparison kind of way. Both are phenomenally great preachers and teachers, [ . . . ]
The 3rd Asian American Emergents skypecast will be online next Sunday, September 24th, and you’re invited to skype in! The conversation begins at 9:00pm Eastern / 8:00pm Central / 6:00pm Pacific. (Skype me if you run into tech issues.) This 1-hour monthly [ . . . ]
While on our return leg of the Labor Day weekend trip, my friend David held his video iPod so we could watch a coupla standup comedians do their routines while we waited in stop & go traffic. (I can’t watch videos on [ . . . ]
Wireless mobile technology is almost good enough to make internet (almost) anywhere, in the 100+ larger metropolitan areas around the USA. I might be jumping the gun here, but individuals (and not businesses only) should be able to easily get untethered access [ . . . ]
Andy Crouch has a blog-powered website, but dismisses the power of blogging in this excerpted sound bite that is probably taken out of context, from this L.L. Barkat article on whether anyone survives as a freelance writer: Anyhow, Crouch added that every [ . . . ]
Yes, it is ironic that I’d make a video about why I blog; I wanted to incorporate more nonverbal communication than is possible via words alone. In the segment, I lament my formerly top Google ranked post titled Comedian Wannabe. Sidenote: Brian [ . . . ]
Server Error We’re sorry, but Gmail is temporarily unavailable. We’re currently working to fix the problem — please try logging in to your account in a few minutes. Now what do I do??
My workshop this past weekend was provocatively titled “Doing Work You Love: Godly Wisdom for Career Choices.” Knowing what I know of people who live in the New York metro area, or anywhere for that matter, career and work would be a [ . . . ]