Monthly Archives for May 2009
It’s been several weeks since I finished Paul Tripp’s stimulating book, A Quest For More: Living for something bigger than you. I found it helpful how Tripp stated the big idea (he calls it “the bottom line”) of each chapter … Continue reading
My sermon from Sunday: SENT. Luke 4:42-5:11. A message on evangelism.
Last week’s report: San Jose became the 10th city in the United States to surpass 1 million residents, while all Bay Area counties grew last year, according to figures released Thursday by the state Department of Finance. California’s 10 largest … Continue reading
This video is well done. May Jesus be our rock as we engage a fast, new world for his glory. HT: JT
Today’s S.F. Chronicle posts a map of foreclosures in the Bay Area. Note: the Peninsula stays beige.
The latest issue of the Next webzine has a solid article from my friend Mark Lauterbach, People, Not Culture. An excerpt: Third, knowing people is different than going to movies. I think the whole discussion of being culturally aware dodges … Continue reading
FYI, blogging has been light this week because early Sunday morning our condo experienced some significant flooding when a water main broke. I’ve been busy attending to the damage, doing my work, and enjoying our Buzzard family camp-out in our … Continue reading