Monthly Archives: April 2009

Sitting At The Feet Of Rabbi Jesus | Notes & Review

Lois Tverberg and Ann Spangler. Sitting At The Feet of Rabbi Jesus: How The Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith. Zondervan, 2009. (264 pages) Our Rabbi Jesus website. Zondervan’s page. The Brew*Crew blog review. One In Jesus blog post

Sitting At The Feet Of Rabbi Jesus | Notes & Review

Lois Tverberg and Ann Spangler. Sitting At The Feet of Rabbi Jesus: How The Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith. Zondervan, 2009. (264 pages) Our Rabbi Jesus website. Zondervan’s page. The Brew*Crew blog review. One In Jesus blog post

An Inconvenient Truth | Notes & Review

An Inconvenient Truth. Paramount Classics, 2006. National Geographic article. Washington Post fact-checker and Pinocchio test. Several months ago, I found myself in a fairly heated (no pun intended) discussion with a family member who believes the earth is only 6

An Inconvenient Truth | Notes & Review

An Inconvenient Truth. Paramount Classics, 2006. National Geographic article. Washington Post fact-checker and Pinocchio test. Several months ago, I found myself in a fairly heated (no pun intended) discussion with a family member who believes the earth is only 6

10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting | Notes & Review

Laurence Steinberg. The 10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting. Simon & Schuster, 2004. (207 pages) This book is not about the “nuts and bolts” but rather “more about the philosophy of good parenting.” Parenting is “one of the most well-researched

10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting | Notes & Review

Laurence Steinberg. The 10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting. Simon & Schuster, 2004. (207 pages) This book is not about the “nuts and bolts” but rather “more about the philosophy of good parenting.” Parenting is “one of the most well-researched

Leadership Summit 1997 | BILL HYBELS: Dangerous Leaders

There are two kinds of “dangerous” leaders. Which one are you? Are you the reckless kind of “dangerous” leader, in the negative sense. Or, are you “dangerous” in the sense sold-out, fired up, willing to sacrifice it all to fulfill

Leadership Summit 1997 | BILL HYBELS: Dangerous Leaders

There are two kinds of “dangerous” leaders. Which one are you? Are you the reckless kind of “dangerous” leader, in the negative sense. Or, are you “dangerous” in the sense sold-out, fired up, willing to sacrifice it all to fulfill