Miscellaneous Meanderings

kinnon —  August 4, 2007 — 4 Comments

I’m feeling a little random.

  • Jordon Cooper is writing a book with Scott Williams. (I love the Peanuts strip he uses in the post.)
  • Brother Maynard has a long list of Random links. Some good reading for this Canadian long weekend. Especially if your WiFi reaches to the dock. (Apparently it does for Rylan’s MacBook – but not for our old PowerBook 15.)
  • Bob Hyatt weighs in on Emerging Grace’s missional series of posters. (Prompted by the little boys with the big book of matches.)
  • Robbymac continues his wonderful Elder and Younger series.
  • Too much testosterone – and the black background does not aid in reading (though perhaps they are attempting to be green) but my iPastor recommends you read this guys. You’ll even find Ken Silva and David Cho in the comments – that’s gotta be exciting.
  • Brother Maynard joins the fray created by the Spenser-Hansen Tag Team on Christian Celebrity Culture. You might also enjoy this post from me.
  • Artist, Pastor and brilliant commentator, the NakedPastor on If it’s not measurable it’s not manageable!
  • Glenn @ Re-dreaming The Dream creates a new meme – What I Learned from Church – and it gathers steam
  • And, if you missed the Memo, the incredible and incorruptible Doc Searls has moved his blog. Please adjust your RSS feeds & links accordingly.

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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.

4 responses to Miscellaneous Meanderings

  1. *waving*

    Hey Bill,

    Been a while… 🙂

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  2. I’d like to think I soften the testosterone a bit on the Conservative Reformed Mafia site, although my sparkly butterfly mascot got voted down. 😉

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  3. Thanks for the traffic you’ve been sending our way. Take care, Bill.

    By the way, is the new background easier on the eyes? You were right. We needed to adjust that. Thanks again.

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  4. Thanks for the traffic you’ve been sending our way. Take care, Bill.

    By the way, is the new background easier on the eyes? You were right. We needed to adjust that. Thanks again.

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