This week I read about a modest proposal for eliminating email. After all, email can be time-consuming, adds extra pressure to an already stressful workplace, fragments attention, and can sometimes feel like a never-ending black hole. One friend says bluntly,… Read More ›
“Oh I had forgotten that you were on Pinterest,” says a reader, “You should remind us again.” If you’re a Pinterest fan, you may not need this reminder, but since I just learned a cool trick to embed my Pinterest… Read More ›
Since last week’s giveaway went so well, this week I’m featuring more free goodies for you. If you’re looking for free photos for your own website, keep reading for the five best free photo sites with a brief description, a sample photo… Read More ›
After I read Lior Zoref’s Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything, I decided to try his method with a question of my own, only it wasn’t quite the Mindsharing success that Lior experienced over and over in his book. When… Read More ›
Two years ago when I started this blog, I called it “spiritual practice, faith, and life,” then last year switched to “on faith and writing.” I was never entirely satisfied with either wording, and sharp-eyed readers might notice that I’ve… Read More ›
Last week I took part in my first-ever Google Hangout — #MennoNerds on Race, Mutuality, and Anabaptist Community. In this post I share the video of our conversation, offer some further reflections, and outline some practices toward racial reconciliation.
I’m part of several different online communities and learning a lot from each one – in areas that we have in common and in areas that challenge me. In another 10 days, I plan to take part in #MennoNerds on Race, Mutuality, and Anabaptist Community. You’re invited to join us live, or watch it later.