Why I hate handwritten sermon notes
A bit tongue-in-cheek (I think), but some good points nevertheless.
20 Things Pastors Hear in Counseling
Timothy Reymond: “The following are 20 statements you’ll probably hear at least once or twice (or more) in your ministry. I’d encourage you to think through how you’d respond, and more importantly, what specific passages of Scripture you might connect to each situation.”
The Best Social Media Tip I Can Give You
When Nathan Bingham says this, I listen.
Ditch College for All
The debate continues. Bit extreme but maybe that’s necessary to drag society to a more balanced position.
Dear Peter Thiel: Let’s fix college the right way
On the same subject, but more balanced, constructive, and innovative: “We can make the old-style college degree obsolete. We can do to traditional education what PayPal did to banks and do to college networks what Facebook did to friendships. Just as it happened to information, we can make education abundant and available to all. Isn’t that better than debating who should go to college?”
Scholarship as a way of life
James Smith calls us all to lifelong learning, whatever our calling: “To say that scholarship is a way of life is to emphasize that it is characterized by certain habits–of reflection, exploration, creativity, and collaboration.”