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7 Essential Rules For Texting at Work—TIME
Everyone does it. For some it’s acceptable. For others it’s not. Here’s a good article on it.
If you see young people at work texting all the time, don’t assume they’re chatting with friends.
Roughly one in seven millennials in a recent survey said they prefer text messaging over other methods of communication at work. Given this demographic’s size and rising clout in the workforce, this means one thing: If you don’t already text with your co-workers, it’s probably only a matter of time.
Give Me the Doubly Offensive Jesus Please—Trevin Wax
I consider it a HUGE blessing to be friends with Trevin. Another great post from him here.
The Jesus of the Gospels is offensive because of how inclusive He is.
The Jesus of the Gospels is offensive because of how exclusive He is.
The church is offended by His inclusivity, and the world is offended by His exclusivity.
Thus we are inclined to weaken the offense, either by minimizing His inclusive call or by downplaying His exclusive claims. Unfortunately, whenever we lop off one side or the other, we wind up with a Jesus in our own image.
5 Things I’d Do Differently If Raising My Family Again—Ron Edmondson
For all the parents or soon-to-be parents reading, this is good. I should save this one.
What would I do differently I were raising my family again?
I’ve been asked several times recently for my advice on raising a family.
The only advice I have is from personal experience. My boys are grown. On their own. Self-sustaining. Independent young men. But, everyone who knows them is impressed with my two adult sons. They are incredible.