I’m having one of those “tie up the loose ends” days today. It’s cool, bright, and I’m just in one of those thinking kind of moods. I cleaned up my office at the church last night, and now I’m cleaning up some other stuff.
I’ve got a bunch of Windham Hill stuff playing in the background. My Moleskine has been open on my desk. I’ve finished reading two books I’ve been stuck in the middle of. I opened up my “edit posts” tab, and discovered close to 100 draft posts that I’d intended to blog about dating back to March.
Some of the links don’t even work anymore. I can’t remember exactly why I noticed some of the others. But at any rate, here’s the first pile o’ links from the loose ends pile…
- “He is risen indeed!” N.T. Wright defends the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
- Don’t worry. Be unhappy. The harsh realities of career survival
- Chris Erdman says preachers are nothing without “it.”
- The advantages of doing ministry without a clear strategy. One of my all-time favorites from Tony Morgan
Stay tuned, if you want. More on the way this evening…