Month: September 2008

  • Before A Great Cloud of Witnesses: A New Year At Seminary

    I was asked to share a passage of Scripture and a brief reflection for a community event this evening and I thought I’d offer it here for all of you as well. I shared this among Fuller students as we prepare for the fall quarter which begins tomorrow. Here are a few excerpts from Hebrews…

  • McCain: “I know how to heal the wounds of war”

    I just finished watching the debate and it left me feeling like our country and economy will be safer and better off with Obama at the helm. What caught me off guard about the debate came at the very end in a line McCain gave. While I’ve noted that a number of Christians have pointed…

  • Rhett Smith does a great job of keeping tabs on technology and new media and how it’s used in ministry. The other day he turned people’s attention to Church TechCamp, a gathering of people interested in using these forms within the church. They are meeting at Fuller tomorrow (Friday September 26 at the Catylyst). Here’s…

  • John Steinbeck on the Current Economic Crisis

    I came across this Steinbeck quote today while looking through Wink’s book “Engaging the Powers,” it seemed to me to be getting at the nature of the struggle we face today. Especially when it comes to the bank being an uncontrollable monster, a power, that is beyond our control: The owners of the land came…

  • Everett Cattell: Communication As Witness (pt. 4)

    Series contents | Intro | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five Image via Wikipedia A good theological understanding of communication begins with the incarnation and John 1; Quaker Missionary Everett Cattell covers this thoroughly before moving onto a more in depth discussion of what it means for the Christian missionary…