Daily Read 06/03/2008

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    • Great questions for my emergent and missional-community friends. - post by umjeremy
    • Are you sure that a worship service is the best way to gather people? I fear many of you guys almost immediately outgrow your ability to disciple and enfold the people you are gathering. The minute you achieve the “new cool church in town” status I’m concerned the maintenance requirements for these numbers will begin to tweak your model in an unwanted direction.
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    • Proof that there is a God, and she loves coffee. - post by umjeremy
    • AT&T and Starbucks have finally rolled out their free WiFi plan to Starbucks Card users registered with AT&T. In exchange for letting AT&T send you up to 4 emails per year, you get a single WiFi session of up to 2-hours per day at any of Starbucks' 7,000 or so US-based stores.
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    • Well, this is the bellweather, isn't it? Whether the people overturn the court ruling or not, it's gonna be a wild ride! - post by umjeremy
    • Setting the stage for a political showdown, the California secretary of state today said an initiative barring gay marriage had enough signatures to qualify for the Nov. 4 ballot.
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    • Wow!! A clever use of Google Maps. I just hope they have their facts straight... - post by umjeremy
    • BibleMap.org





      Picture 1What do you get when you cross an online Bible with Google Maps?

      BibleMap.org...

      Very nice.Helpful tool for geographical and historical context. There's something about seeing the places described in a story, even on a map, that helps get our minds into it.

      Picture 1
      Check it out here



1 comments:

Matt Algren June 3, 2008 at 10:50 AM  

I found biblemap.org last year. He's really refined it since I was last there. It's interesting to realize how close a lot of the cities in the Gospels were to each other, and how far the Apostles went.

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