Black Friday has saved us a lot of money, but I’m not sure this loss has been worth it for me. Or for you.
Sometimes questions are the answers.
I can’t handle the Pope. Maybe that’s a good thing.
First of all, I like cats, and some wonderful people close to me (like my daughter) are cat lovers. Bear with me. Second, this is one of my more explicitly religious posts. Bear with me. You may have heard of a mysterious ad campaign this week. Posters appeared across the country with headlines like: HIPSTERS […]
There’s a good chance you’ve read Blue Like Jazz: Non-religious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality (Thomas Nelson, 2003). Don Miller’s sold over a million of ‘em. But he and Steve Taylor have adapted it to be a film, and it’s coming out in the spring, on April 13, 2012. Steve (and a swell guy named Dave […]
Campus Crusade for Christ is dead. Long live Cru! Or so went the thinking this week, as the organization unveiled their new name that will take effect in 2012. It’s been a bumpy ride—there have been over 1500 comments on their site (they’ve edited them down) and another 500 on Facebook, including a flurry of […]
350 days ago, at 2 AM, I was sitting in Nairobi, Kenya, airport. I had been there 10 hours. My wife and children slept on the chairs around me. I couldn’t sleep. I was worried. We were en route to the US after three and a half years in South Africa. We had no plans […]
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Here’s my first news from my work with InterVarsity as the Associate Director of Communications, using a template from the great designers I work with, as well as photography from my colleague, Matt Kirk. 2010 08 Jeske News pdf