Monthly Archive: November 2007

Global AIDS Summit at Saddleback

Global AIDS Summit at Saddleback

I’m gonna drop by Saddleback Church this afternoon, where the 3rd annual global summit on AIDS is already under way. My friend Steve Knight tells me that there were over 200 media passes issued for this event. Will meetup for...

what works for a team blog

what works for a team blog

One of the lower-priority, but more visible, projects I get to work on at Leadership Network is setting up blogs to more quickly communicate the things our Leadership Network staff (and, now, friends) are learning about things that impact the...

mobile card for total Internet access

mobile card for total Internet access

Now that I am on a different coast, and have a different rhythm to how I work and where I work, I don’t think I need my mobile wireless Internet card any more. But I’ve got almost another year on...

why I like spicy foods

why I like spicy foods

One of my highlights in dining pleasures is eating spicy foods. I’m daring enough to try the spicy dishes in a Szechuan restaurant marked with 3 red hot peppers labeled “numb”, and venture right up to edge of the hot...

leaving on a jet plane

leaving on a jet plane

Heading out tonight on a red-eye back to metro Washington DC, to visit friends and family for a week. Hope to decompress from life overload.

Mosaix network now official

Mosaix network now official

Looks like Mosaix Global Network is gaining momentum and had just formed as an 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Just got word of this press release from Jim Spoonts: MOSAIX GLOBAL NETWORK MOVES TOWARD ENTITY IN 2008! Twenty-five multi-ethnic church pastors, educators,...

can you forgive Mark Driscoll?

can you forgive Mark Driscoll?

The ever-edgy and often controversial Mark Driscoll, Pastor of Mars Hill Church (Seattle) made a public confession of his personal failure in having lacked humility, in his November 4th sermon. For some, especially critics, this was blatantly obvious. For others,...

time delayed email

time delayed email

So as to not appear too eager to reply to an email, I’d like to compose an email and have it auto-sent on a future date/time. And, I’ve been weaning myself to check email only once an hour or less....