I’ve always liked this Schoolhouse Rock for some reason. Watched this today and by the end I got to thinking how I’m just a bill. Waiting, patient and incomplete, as the powers that be sort through my identity. I’m still … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2007
Had a bit of an adventure on Monday night. Hiked to the top of a mountain. One of the tallest in Southern California. Started roundabout 7:15 in the evening. Got to the top around 11:30. The trail was lit by … Continue reading
I’m thrilled to announce that It’s a Dance: Moving with the Holy Spirit is now available on amazon.com for pre-order. Yay!
CT posts an excellent article by David Aikman called Attack Dogs of Christendom. It’s an excellent title too. It is the hallmark of Christendom. For it is not about serving Christ as much as serving our own egos. Not as … Continue reading
It’s a Dance: Moving with the Holy Spirit. Now available for pre-order from Barnes and Noble. And you don’t even have to wait as long as they tell you. It’s being released November 1! While I’m here, have a gander … Continue reading
The Gospel According to Relativity by James Geiger mentions a book called Chaos: Making a New Science by James Gleick. The mystery of why I resonate so much with Mr. Geiger’s work is solved, well at least partially. Chaos was … Continue reading
100% introvert. 100% intuition. I think this means that I am only very loosely, if that, connected to this actual world. Ah, but you should see the world I inhabit. That’s rather cool and amazing. Pretty too, what with being … Continue reading
I am a McBride after all… on my mom’s side. You scored as William Wallace, The great Scottish warrior William Wallace led his people against their English oppressors in a campaign that won independence for Scotland and immortalized him in … Continue reading
I don’t tend to recommend a lot of books here. Which is funny because I tend to read and like a lot of books. I’ve never been much of an evangelist, I suppose. But sometimes a book catches my heart … Continue reading
Using the methods of the church This is, by the by, one of my new favorite blogs.