Archive: July 2011

July 30 2011

If you are like me, this past few days of punditry and chatter surrounding the debt ceiling debate has been quite overwhelming. I was actually in DC this past week on family vacation, but being totally drawn into sharing our national capitol with my[…]

July 24 2011

I heart church camp. From my days growing up attending Zephyr Point Conference Center, to gathering for events at Stoney Point, Ghost Ranch, Westminster Woods, Mo-Ranch and The Heartland Center, I am so grateful for the history and ministry of Presbyterian-related camps[…]

July 8 2011

The Google+ roll-out continues with mixed reaction. Some are certainly frustrated by the inability to actually join, thus reinforcing Google’s ability to create an atmosphere of scarcity while others are fully jumping in hoping that this might indeed be a viable alternative to privacy-fickly facebook[…]

July 6 2011

After a few of my recent posts have inspired some, let’s just call it “passionate” debate [same sex marriage & gun violence] I figured I should play it a little safe with this one.  I will say that while a[…]

July 4 2011

UPDATE: I totally forgot to include a great resource put out by the Presbyterian Church (USA), Gun Violence, Gospel Values: Mobilizing in Response to God’s Call. [DOWNLOAD PDF] First please watch this video  . . . Now before anyone starts[…]

July 1 2011

One of my many ongoing projects, the Be the Change series highlights fascinating who people I meet during my travels. These are folks who are doing the hard work of changing the world for the better by living our their passions[…]