OK, it’s official: I got the news the other day that my little attempt at a blog sucks as of late. Correctimundo! It has been rather lame lately. (Lately?!?!? Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?!?!?) I haven’t been posting anything significant.
That doesn’t mean I haven’t wanted to post or that I haven’t had anything to post. It doesn’t mean I haven’t thought about posting or even talked about posting. But as the ancient Chinese proverb I saw somewhere today succintly reminds us…
Talk never cooked the rice.
So, the first step back to blogging frequency is to clean up the draft pile. Without further adieu, here, for your perusal and enjoyment and wonderment and thought and consideration, are some random links to some stuff I found on the way to some place else. Peruse. Enjoy. Wonder. Think. Consider.
- Writing for busy people (Link via Darren Rowse)
- Terry Paulson writes about George Mason, and how they’ve gotten their victories and earned respect the hard way. His great quote…
Those waiting to be given respect, might best get busy earning it.
- The biggest inhibitor of growth is leadership skill, or lack of it. So says Peter Behrendt, via Devin Reams
- Evangelism is not a sales pitch and missions is not a weekend project. In fact, evangelism and missions are not separate programs – they are everyday aspects of a disciple’s life