Monthly Archives for June 2009
A guest post from Taylor Buzzard: I present you with another one of those once-in-a-blue-moon, sporadic posts from me, Justin’s wife! Today I was at one of the parks in our city. I struck up a conversation with another mother … Continue reading
Monte Rio, California
Fellow surfers (I’m a really bad surfer), a Bay Area surfer/designer has reinvented the longboard. From today’s Chronicle: The first thing you notice is the shape. It looks like a tadpole. Maybe a duckbill. Yet there’s something feminine about its … Continue reading
For my fellow new-ish fathers out there, these three paragraphs are must reading. They articulate and name the deep transitions that come with becoming a dad. As I near three years of being a dad, these paragraphs nail it for … Continue reading
I’ve been greatly helped and greatly convicted lately by the reality that most of my problems are not lack of knowledge problems, as I often assume: We do not, therefore, need to fret when we have to make big decisions … Continue reading
How can we turn our knowledge about God into knowledge of God? The rule for doing this is simple but demanding. It is that we turn each truth that we learn about God into matter for meditation before God, leading … Continue reading
An old San Francisco waterfront wharehouse.
This month’s CT cover article: Tim Stafford, How Tim Keller Found Manhattan.
Some good thoughts from Wired’s Clive Thompson: The Future of Reading in a Digital World. An excerpt: You’re far more likely to hear about a book if a friend has highlighted a couple brilliant sentences in a Facebook update—and if … Continue reading