First of all, I am not a gun nut. Yes, I love hunting more than any of my other recreational activities. Still, I only have three guns, all with the function of hunting. I have been shopping for a pistol, but more because I love shooting than because I feel threatened in my home. Even so, I have a loaded shot-gun just waiting for anyone daring enough to bust down my door. That said, Texas’ new gun law rocks, as does this Washington Post Article:
Archive for March, 2007
Everywhere and nowhere, that is where. In addition to some significant life changes I hope to blog about next month, I am in the midst of a big web ministry project at the church where I work. We changed our audience focus from insiders to outsiders, and are completely redoing our site visually and architecturally.
”for young men and women [18 to 30 years old] who want to spend a year in an urban community living out God’s mission, while being trained and equipped as an apprentice of Jesus.”
I thought you might enjoy a solemn video that expresses my own view of humanity, Christ, and how we ought to view our work for the Lord.
My younger brother (by 19 months) and his wife are in the birthing room here at the hospital and we are expecting baby Logan any moment. She is at a ten and they are pushing (her more than him I trust). Any moment now I will be an uncle for the first time. Life is good!
[UPDATE: The baby has been born! Logan is 5 lbs. 14.4 ounces and seemingly healthy. We are pumped! I hope this does not mean I have to give up my wi-fi now.]
Truth be told, that is just another one of my catchy subject lines to make you read the post (sorry to those seeking a trustful person, ’cause I am as depraved as any blogger). I have subscribed to 37signals news alerts by email and I just got one that summarizes something I have been looking forward to considering. You can read about their description of the product in the quote and at the links below, but let me just add that I am very excited to see how this tool could be used by church plants, smaller ministries, and those of us helping out ministries with technology. Looks to be a great way of keeping track of people in a low-footprint, agile kind of way.