Archive | 30 September 2011
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Can We Learn from Those we Dislike?
From John Fea’s interesting Patheos column this week comes another interesting topic. I already blogged about his primary point in the piece, that studying history could help your marriage. The student transformation example that he uses is insightful. He relates the story of a student who was tasked with the challenging job of reading and […]
To Save Your Marriage, Study History?
Thanks to John Fea for an interesting Patheos column this week. His basic premise is that learning to study the past correctly can actually improve relationships, even your marriage. Here’s his lead in: I am working on a new book about the importance of historical thinking to the creation of a civil society, and I […]
A Must Have Product
No doubt about it, I want this. Problem: it doesn’t exist in the real world yet, it is only a concept. Click here to view the game on The Princess Bride‘s Facebook page. They claim that if they get enough likes they might be better able to convince someone to fund the production of the […]
Missional Communities at McBIC
My home church, McBIC (Mechanicsburg Brethren in Christ) has been talking about missional communities in the services the past month or so. This week, our Senior Pastor and one of the other pastors on staff posted this video to talk about what missional communities look like at McBIC and share their vision. I know that […]