The more I think about it, the more the TV (and the computer) scares me…
Archive for June, 2009
As Relay draws to a close and I reflect on the year, one of the things I will always remember about Relay is Ruggle Juggle. For those of you who have no idea what that is, I provide a simple 3 point illustration.
Ruggle Juggle, easy as 1, 2, 3!
So this morning I had the privilege of speaking no Philippians 2 at King’s Church and through the wonders of technology it is available online.
I do say um rather a lot.
Gerald Hiestand has been writing a short series of posts on gender roles, and it’s really rather good! This paragraph from the third post I think is particularly wonderful:
Human marriage is not about us alone. It’s not about finding a soul-mate, or staving of loneliness. It’s more than God’s way of reproducing the humans species. God ordained human marriage as a living, visible witness of the indescribable, life-changing relationship that Christ has with his church. It is necessary, therefore, that we live out our marriage relationships in a way that reflect and point toward this ultimate higher reality. Human marriage, at its core, is about imaging forth the glory of the gospel.