Stuff

Stuff I should say more about but will just blog it quickly and let it go for now.

– Recession, they say, has caused church attendance to rise in UK but apparently not in USA.

– Church of England giving out Tweets for Lent

IAmSecond.com is a brand new site from E3 in Dallas. My friend Curtis Sergeant tells me the site has already had hits from 183 countries. Totally worth a look and a drool at its cool graphics.

Richard Florida on the crash and how it will reshape society. I enjoyed his book on the Creative Class (even though he stole much of it from Paul Ray) and I agree with him that the word is “spikey” and not flat as Thomas Friedman says.

РJR Woodward gives plenty of weekend reading with this series of posts under the title Equippers as Environmentalists: Re-Imagining Leadership in Today’s Western Church

– The White House gets its first blog and the first post is “Change has come to WhiteHouse.gov”

Faithblogging is a brand new site from Shane Raynor and it features a FaithBlogging 50 top sites list.

James Dobson resigns from Focus on the Family to make way for the future. I remember his videos from the 80’s.

Andrew

Andrew Jones has been blogging since 1997. He is based in San Francisco with his two daughters but also travels the globe to find compelling stories of early stage entrepreneurs changing their world. Sometimes he talks in the third person. Sometimes he even talks to himself and has been heard uttering the name "Precious" :-)

5 Comments

  • Andrew,
    Just read your good article in the new Perspectives text. Gwen and I met in 1973 at the Church on Brady, were disciped by Brother Tom, married in 76, and active till 1987 when we moved. I’m kind of a herald, apostle and teacher too. Harold

  • Thanks for alerting me to Kevin Ward’s lecture on Goroncy’s site. I’d been trying to track it down for a while.
    By the way, why does this post have Tim Keller’s name on the post title? Were you going to mention him as well?

  • Brian “Head” Welch’s video is worth watching/listening to on Iamsecond.com. I was a Korn fan once, and it’s amazing to see the transformation in his life.

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