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kinnon —  January 31, 2006 — 3 Comments

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I’m working on two posts for both achievable leadership and achievable ends called What Lens? Both posts are focussed (pun intended) on how we all bring our own lenses to understanding. The al post will look at Church Leadership while the ae post will be more general in its approach. I hope to write them on the road today as I head down to Pittsburgh with my son, Rylan.

UPDATE: The What Lens? posts are in process – but I enjoyed my conversations with my son too much to pull out the laptop in the car yesterday (he was driving) – and this morning (Wed) my laptop decided to go into death mode – it almost felt like a Windoze PeeCee. After a call to AppleCare, it’s back up and operating – I’ve lost a Memory slot which will mean it goes into Apple when I get home. But it’s still functioning and I’m writing.

UPDATE 2: My dear Mac is having a bad couple of days and must need a little vacation at the Apple Store.

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

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