Identity, Work, Time, Seminary, Lost Things, and Baseball
Check these excellent articles out:
- The Pew Research center recently published some interesting findings on “Hispanics and Their Views of Identity” (interesting period, but also given the nature of out neighborhood and family)
- Seth Godin with more wisdom…this week it’s about protecting and defending your time so you can do the things that are important (and I would add life-giving)
- Scot McKnight (who recently made the jump from North Park University, teaching undergrads, to Northern Seminary, teaching grads) gives us 10 Reasons to Attend Seminary
- My friend Ryan on “the things we find”…God has a habit of finding things that are lost!
- A baseball article. I love Joey Votto. Watch him hit if you get the chance. Plus some of the stuff in this article is so amazing I don’t even believe it.
- Some thoughts on leading a dysfunctional team (part of a series)
- Surprising thoughts on sexuality and boundaries
- A lot of writing on introversion has come out lately. Here’s a look on how the “extrovert ideal” is affecting the academy.
- Will a more robust theology of work bring the “nomads” back to church?
- Rangers’ pitcher Yu Darvish gets the glory of the quad pen
We had a great Easter Sunday yesterday. Unofficially 650 people came to REUNION (Sojourn’s church partner), which will be a record. I love the energy in the Hilton when the room is so packed.
And, we hosted friends and family in our home afterwards. It is always great to bring family, church, students, and Amy’s work together in one place because it doesn’t happen often (or at least as often as we would like). It was on mission, and most of all it was FUN.