This past Sunday evening, driving to hear one children’s choir, Faith Mennonite Chorale, give their final program for this school year, I was listening to WITF fm. The show Snap Judgment featured a segment on human slavery, not the type we hear about so much right now. It was about the exploitation of children from… Continue reading Zambian children’s choir
Sometime this past weekend some roving youth left their marks at the neighbors. Leave you interpretation of what you ‘hear’ them saying in the comments. I think there is a lot of truth behind the last comment. I wonder if the logo has anything to do with where they spend too much time. Have you… Continue reading Out of the mouth’s of babes
Playing with wrong? An event a few weeks ago at school got me thinking about things we enjoy. When you consider 1 cor 13:6 what does Paul mean about rejoicing in wrong? How far can one â€œenjoy things that are wrongâ€? Where do lines get drawn when it comes to violence? committing violence against people?… Continue reading Playing with Wrong?
This afternoon I listened to a talk give by Sir Ken Robinson about education and it’s reform. He referenced an experiment, people are asked to list uses for a paper clip. Most people get 10-15, really smart people can get 200. Here’s the rules: one use per comment, list as many uses as you can.… Continue reading Paperclips