Primal by Mark Batterson … a book review

I have been following the blog of Mark Batterson, pastor of National Community Church in Washington D.C., for a while now.  I recently saw that he was releasing a new book and was giving bloggers the opportunity to receive a free copy of this book in exchange for reading and reviewing it on their blogs.  … Continue reading

Primal by Mark Batterson

I mentioned in a previous post that my blog was selected to be on a “blog tour” to review Mark Batterson’s new book “Primal” from Multnomah Books. Well … I got my copy in the mail this weekend and started reading today.  I’ve enjoyed his other books I’ve read and look forward to finishing this … Continue reading

I love the college calendar!…

So, a lot (not all, but a lot) of my work schedule is dependent upon the collegiate calendar … like when students are gone on breaks, it means some of my regular responsibilities don’t happen … For example, this week we get Thanksgiving break starting tomorrow.  So, this week I’m able to go home and … Continue reading

Reading and listening..

It’s been a little bit since I’ve posted, and in an ongoing effort for personal/leadership growth I’ve been reading a lot.  I have a hefty stack of books that I’m trying to work my way through. Here is what I’ve just finished and what I’m currently working on:   Discerning the Voice of God by … Continue reading

Reading/Listening

Okay, here’s attempt #1 at getting back onto a somewhat “regular” blog schedule from the Cape. Took my long weekend to continue finish unpacking from the move, and to fit in my long training run (it was an 18 miler this weekend) … I can’t believe that the marathon is only a month away!  Still … Continue reading

Completely random, free blog advertisement on Alphainventions.com

Well, I know a few of you out there actually read this, and an even smaller number of those that read this actually have a blog of their own, but I thought I’d share this link with you. I don’t have a huge following on my blog, but I do have an average of 40 … Continue reading