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Maintaining a mixed diet of reading

I was recently speaking at the UCCF staff conference which was a real privilege and joy – and in one of the talks, I gave some tips on reading books, and a number asked for them to be reproduced (as they weren’t on the handout). 1,040 more words


Recommended Reading: January 17-23

If you engage one article this week, make it Bureaucratic Bloat in Higher Education: Getting Rid of the Middle Men by Randall Smith.

If you have time for a bit more reading, check out the selections below. 185 more words


The biggest revolutions in worldview have been scientific

I forwarded to Paul Monk a link to this video:

He replied, within minutes:

Truly awesome.

It prompts the thought that the biggest revolutions in worldview have been scientific and have entailed: 331 more words

Paul Monk

Recommended Readings: January 10-16

If you read one article this week, make it Owning Our Baptism by George Weigel.

For those of you with a bit more time on your hands, consider perusing the suggestions below from this past week. 166 more words



Recently a syndicated radio host lost his wife.  It was hard to hear him speak over the radio when you knew that he was dying behind that microphone.   1,638 more words

Life Lessons

Get It, but will I love it?

This post corresponds with the message at Riot on January 14, 2015.

On Wednesday, I got to hear an awesome message about confronting consumerism and getting to the root of the problem. 450 more words


I'll run

Get up, kick yourself into gear, run.

You know that burn that you get in your legs when you’ve been running for a while? The one that comes from your body trying to keep you muscles working for longer by shooting pyruvite to you legs. 1,301 more words