Monthly Archive: February 2003

ethnic diversity of bloggers, not 4

ethnic diversity of bloggers, not

I was wondering this same thing just last week, what?s the deal with blog diversity, ethnically speaking? There are certainly many Anglo bloggers, and a number of Asian bloggers, but where are the masses of Latino and African bloggers (American-hypenation...

Wild At Heart conference 0

Wild At Heart conference

loggin? in after an invigorating weekend at the Wild At Heart National Conference (here in DC), and I think the distinctive of their ministry and message is how they?re able to articulate that Christianity is freedom for the human heart,...

Early Christian Writings 0

Early Christian Writings

Early Christian Writings: New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers fantastic collection of historical accounts and writings, favored by purists of ancient Christian faith

edgy Christian art show 0

edgy Christian art show

CT Weblog: Some May Be Offended by Biola Exhibit on Reaching Culture Picked up on an LA Times article (2/15/03) about an interactive exhibit titled ‘The Recovery of Ritual: The Spiritual Quest of the Post-Boomer Generations‘ at Biola University exploring...

judgmental, hypocritical, & boring 0

judgmental, hypocritical, & boring

An oldie but goodie- I had been a sneezer of an ideavirus for the past year that the leading adjectives that non-Christians use to describe Christians are: judgmental, hypocritical, and boring. Who wants to be around people like that?! That’s...

holy purple cow! 0

holy purple cow!

Leading edge (old term) book Purple Cow by Seth Godin, initially distributed only via a Fast Company article and his web site [hardcover version scheduled for May 2003], and I love his stories of innovation and creativity in the corporate...