Last week I was browsing through the archives of Rands in Repose and discovered an article about performance that argued for a more frequent performance check-in than the usual once-per-year. I thought it would be interesting to try the included “Professional Growth Questionnaire”…
This morning, my oldest son drew a picture in his notebook about the church in China that showed worshippers praying in a church, with government soldiers looking in the windows, presumably preparing to disrupt the service.
I like to find a nice quiet park bench to sit on when I take a break to get some fresh air during my workdays. Sometimes I’m just walking along the sidewalk and I see a bench, but I have someplace to be: so I don’t stop to sit down and rest a bit.
This evening after returning home from work, I saw a fly in the bathroom. Not just any fly. It was huge. The thing had to be at least three-quarters of an inch long. My wife thought it might be a bee initially, but no… it was a fly.
Today’s Bible reading led me to Romans 4, where Paul describes Abraham’s belief in God being different from the “works” of those who are trusting in their own righteousness.
Over lunch today, I read this article from Desiring God about what you look at. The message was especially relevant for our day
I’ve been catching up on the Whims That Work podcast amongst my other higher-priority podcast listening, sort of cherry-picking episodes and listening to Drew and Joe discuss things on 2x speed.
The last time I preached a sermon for our church, it was on the topic of Satan’s attacks against the believers. The two main areas I covered were…
I recently came across an older Wired article from last year by Katie Hafner that describes something I […]