Monthly Archive: April 2012

The Bus Is Coming

I wouldn’t have believed it if I didn’t have two dozen witnesses. I was at a lunch last weekend with my two oldest sons and a small army of friends from our First Impressions...

Flashback Friday: Engage Or Get Out

Flashback Friday: Engage Or Get Out

Yet another sub-standard customer service experience yesterday made me think of this post. What are your worst customer experiences? Comment below. Being a customer service hero doesn’t take any extraordinary skills, but it does...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Good stuff. Bite sized. Global Food Disparity. A Photo Diary. Absolutely stunning. Thanks to my friend Jason Luna for the link. Traveling to 24 countries, from Greenland, Chad, and Japan to Germany, Guatemala, and the...

CD Review: Jesus In My Place

CD Review: Jesus In My Place

There’s a possibility that I’m about to tell you a story that I’ve told you before. But I’m a pastor and that’s allowed. When I was in 8th grade, the band director from the...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

Stuff I’ve been digging over the last seven days…all in one place for your hyperlinked pleasure: A Challenge for Dads on the Way Home Today. Michael Kelley is the real deal. If you’re a working...

Template It

Template It

Regular readers of this blog know that there’s nothing necessarily regular about this blog. Some days we talk about Bibley things, some days we talk about family things, some days we talk about guest...

Guarding Against the Grumbling

I’ve been hanging out a lot in Exodus lately, which is undoubtedly one of my favorite books of the Bible. Behind 1 Timothy. But ahead of Malachi. Maybe tied with Genesis. Definitely more attention...

Flashback Friday: Raising Pansies

Flashback Friday: Raising Pansies

On the fifth day I kick back and pull up something from the archives. Here’s today’s contribution: Since you have three sons, what are you doing to make sure your sons don’t grow up...

Thursday Three For All

Thursday Three For All

The Quietest Place On Earth Will Drive You Insane Within 45 Minutes. Okay. I don’t want to go insane. Can I stay in there for 44? ‘When it’s quiet, ears will adapt. The quieter the...