I knew they were working on a video, but I didn’t know it was finished. Only recognize the lead singer, although some of the other actors in the video seem familiar. Still, pretty cool; check it out. Bipolar Bear Mania Music Video- Holy Rolling Empire from Chelsea Coles on Vimeo.
Second time in seven days that I’ve worked remotely part of the day from a coffee shop. Second time in seven days that, while working remotely, I’ve overheard serious conversations about discipleship, ministry and outreach to young people. The first time was a middle-aged woman and a 20-something talking about an upcoming foreign mission trip. … More Coffee and God
Image via Wikipedia In a speech Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu uttered words that heretofore have never crossed his lips in public: Palestinian state. Of course, being one of the most stubborn men in the Middle East – a place rife with stubborn men on both sides of the wall – Netanyahu had a … More Benjamin Netanyahu’s version of progress
Image by tskdesign via Flickr A recent poll by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, showed that 44 percent of Americans do not belong to their childhood faith; many had just switched affiliation, some had given up on organized religion altogether. However, the survey also found an interesting trend: 54 percent of children … More The young converts
First there was GodTube (which is now called Tangle.com, don’t ask me why) a Christian YouTube video sharing site that launched a couple years ago. But now for the folks of the Old Testament, there’s Yideotube, a site of all Jewish videos, which I found out about when whomever runs their Twitter site started following … More Jews with video cameras
Image by Getty Images via Daylife The story will sound familiar to any one in secular print media. One of the largest Catholic magazines is offering voluntary buyouts and looking to rethink its strategy. See the story about St. Anthony Messenger’s struggles here. I guess working for God doesn’t offer protection from the Internet.
Any registration for a class that includes the question “Will you be renting stilts?” has my vote for coolest summer class anywhere. I just finished an Employability Skills Workshop offered for “dislocated workers” (the PC term for the unemployed) and during it, we were asked to think about our “skills.” My main skills – curiosity, … More Join the Circus!!