Linkage: Taking action, allowing others to be themselves, and Super Bowl bars

There’s a lot of good stuff around the interwebs. Here’s some of what I’ve been reading lately… What you don’t do doesn’t matter: “Every day I think all kinds of nice things about people, and maybe 5% of them make the transition into something I actually do. Thinking about someone doesn’t help them. It’s only … Continue reading Linkage: Taking action, allowing others to be themselves, and Super Bowl bars

Around the interwebs: blobfish, good enough, and church

Blobfish: I’ve never seen a stranger looking creature. And! It’s! Real! Sometimes, good enough is good enough: “Sometimes, what we would label an 8, viewers might consider a 10.  We’ll agonize, complain and spend our way towards those extra two points, but they aren’t going to make much of a difference.  That energy and money … Continue reading Around the interwebs: blobfish, good enough, and church

Who has the power?

It’s easy for Christians to struggle with this idea of “sacred” vs. “secular.” You’ve seen it. It’s the whole idea that “Christian” music is good, while “non-Christian” music is bad. Or that a “pastor” is more holy than a postal worker. Neil Cole has been doing a series of posts about this false division. I … Continue reading Who has the power?