I’m relatively new to Twitter, but I did just passed a milestone. This morning I sent out my 1,000th Tweet: RT @artiedavis: Giving away 10-Copies! of @ScottWilliams new book: Diversity here> http://ow.ly/4LYAI. Just RT this, and leave comment. May 3, 2011 8:45 AM via HootSuiteReplyRetweetFavorite @mhmcintyre Mark McIntyre In the grand scheme of things, this […]
The announcement of the death of Osama Bin Laden reminded me of a post originally published in February of this year. I have taken the text from that post and added additional comments below. February 2, 2011: As we toured the Colosseum in Rome, the guide described the events that were staged in that structure […]
The drive for acheivment is a good thing if it is in obedience to the two great commands given us by Jesus. That drive is God-given and is part of what it means to be created in his image.
I have been challenged to confront my tendency to hold a standard for myself that is unrealistic and idolatrous. I have struggled with attempting to be perfect in some areas of my life. What is wrong with holding a high goal? I’m glad you asked. The problem comes when I start avoiding people and activities […]
The four lessons It is Easter Sunday 2011, the day which commemorates the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. I insert the adjective “bodily” to distinguish myself from those who would understand the resurrection story to be nothing more than a metaphor for renewal and hope. In 1 Corinthians 15:14, the Apostle Paul tells us that […]