>This came to me via Jesus Creed from CNN:"Twinkies. Nutty bars. Powdered donuts.For 10 weeks, Mark Haub, a professor of human nutrition at Kansas State University, ate one of these sugary cakelets every three hours, instead of meals. To add variety in his steady stream of Hostess and Little Debbie snacks, Haub munched on Doritos … Continue reading >The best news I’ve heard (since I heard coffee helps fight gout)
>Kevin DeYoung has a great post over at his site. Apparently some were concerned with Kevin's comments about 'missional' language at the Desiring God Conference. Here's how he opened his comments on 'missional':Let me say something at this point about the relatively new term “missional.” I do not have a problem with people putting “al” … Continue reading >Too Missional?
>Great Video and an Important Lesson
>So funny. Bob showed us this video today in our staff meeting. What's so weird about this speech is how the passion and intensity rise at weird moments. He's excited. Ok, that's good. but he's running for treasurer! And he emphasizes odd things - like 'MA in COMMUNICATION', and Albert Einstein and 'INFESTATION'. Wonder if … Continue reading >Great Video and an Important Lesson
>Web Round Up
>There's been a flurry of good/important posts from some of my favorite bloggers recently. Here's a run down:First up was a great three part series In Praise of Generalization: Part One, Part Two and Part Three. Along the same lines is The Illustrated Guide to a PhD (no offense to you PhD's - I'm thrilled … Continue reading >Web Round Up
>How prophetic should we be?
>I have this book sitting on my shelf that I can't wait to get to. Ok, I have a dozen or so books on my shelf that I can't wait to get to when I'm done with the Independent Study I'm doing now. The one I'm referring to is by Jason Stellman (not Jason Statham). … Continue reading >How prophetic should we be?