Monthly Archive: July 2014

Thursday Three For All

The Moment in Madison Square. (via @slkooiman, HT @drmoore) Good gracious. This is a beautiful story of marital love, from both sides of the wedding altar. I wanted to tell you so many things.  I...

Stories vs. Statistics

Last week was vacation week for the Franks family. And like all good vacations, I had time to catch up on a backlog of reading (I also watched Dawn of the Prequel to the Sequel...

Don’t Just See The Cost

My mom was a wise woman. She always knew the right thing to say and the right time to say it. (That was mainly because I was her favorite child and she loved me...

Thursday Three For All

The Virtue of Unread Books. (via @storywarren) I struggle with this one: do I buy more books when there are still some I haven’t read yet? Scott James makes a valid case. So my library has...

How to Get People to Move Down Front

I get it: when some of you read that title, you immediately began searching for white-hot needles to stick into your eyeballs, because the thought of nerdy, dry-as-yesterday’s-toast guest services talk makes you want...

Liam Neeson & Bad Goodbyes

Warning: this post contains what the kids call “spoilers.” If you like your movies with a bit o’ suspense, you may wanna skip this one. Last weekend part of the Franks family picked up Non Stop from...

Flashback Friday: Cruise Ship or Battleship?

Heads up to my SummitRDU friends: this weekend we’re making a big push for you to serve. Selflessly. Generously. Recklessly. We’re rolling in to a big fall season and we have multiple opportunities for...