Tuesday, January 30, 2007


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Friday, January 26, 2007


Thinking OUTLOUD here:

So many problems in the world are caused because people few things differently. People take there believes very personal. Coke or Pepsi? White or Wheat? Murphy or Horner? But seriously, can people with opposite views live in a community together? Can that community be effective?

I say YES! Why? My Simple Answer is that God is the unifying force in the World. Love is a uniting force. And Grace. And Compassion. Selflessness. We get very selfish when it comes to our believes. IT IS MY BELIEF and IT IS RIGHT. And if you DON'T Believe what I Believe in then you are Wrong.


Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Geni.com - Genealogy for Web 2.0

This is an incredible and addictive site. Interesting "social" genealogy site, lets you build a tree and add relatives who can edit and complete their sides of your family tree using a Flash UI.

My Mom loves to work on Ancestry.com. And she is having a blast with it. This could give them a run for there money!

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Friday, January 12, 2007

Ga Aquarium

Yesterday a whale shark died in the Ga Aquarium. We had just recently visited the Aquarium and we were amazed at how beautiful and large the Whale Sharks can be. As that goes the Beluga Whales are extremely colorful in there whiteness. In a very poetic way.


Tuesday, January 09, 2007

New Monasticism

So I have Heard Keith talking about New Monasticism and the 12 Marks. I thought would be cool to post those here and give me input. Because my comments are crucial...8) The Red is Keith's Comments

1) Relocation to the abandoned places of Empire.

Cool like Abandoned Wal-Mart

2) Sharing economic resources with fellow community members and the needy among us.

Yeah why does everyone need to buy there "own" lawnmower.

3) Hospitality to the stranger

Buy a Cup a Joe for Joe!

4) Lament for racial divisions within the church and our communities
combined with the active pursuit of a just reconciliation.

I just don't understand why there still has to be division. Well I understand why! I just there wasn't division!

5) Humble submission to Christ’s body, the church.


6) Intentional formation in the way of Christ and the rule of the
community along the lines of the old novitiate.

Sounds Good. Not Really 100% sure what this is saying!

7) Nurturing common life among members of intentional community.


8) Support for celibate singles alongside monogamous married couples and their children.


9) Geographical proximity to community members who share a common rule of life.

What yours is mine and what mine is mine. ONLY KIDDING!

10) Care for the plot of God’s earth given to us along with support of our local economies.

I once bought fish at Wal-Mart (I know) and it was from China!

11) Peacemaking in the midst of violence and conflict resolution within communities along the lines of Matthew 18.

Who doesn't want peace. Everyone wants peace! No I really believe most people want peace!

12) Commitment to a disciplined contemplative life.

A Good Idea!

May God give us grace by the power of the Holy Spirit to discern rules for living that will help us embody these marks in our local contexts as signs of Christ’s kingdom for the sake of God’s world.

Above Was Snipped from: "http://www.newmonasticism.org"
I really like the pray above.