Our mission team spent the last five days with Dale and Vicki Hawley, who are working in conjunction with Missions Resource Network out of Texas. We talked a lot about team dynamics, core values, decision-making, and how our various ministries serve the whole of our strategy. It was really good, and we’ve loved having the Hawleys with us. They said our team’s greatest strength just might be our cooking.
A list of a couple of dozen. Example: “No one has the right to hear the gospel twice, while there remains someone who has not heard it once.” – Oswald J. Smith.
And if you like those, you might enjoy a few I posted a while back, with commentary: a few good words on mission.
I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard of the website, RefineUs. Justin and Trisha Davis deal with all matters of marriage, faithfulness, forgiveness, and reconciliation. In this post Justin shares the path to an affair and it’s worth considering — whether or not you think it could ever happen to you (hey, that’s number one on the list). This site is a great tool for strengthening your marriage.
I wouldn’t be quite so quick to terminate discussions, but other than that they’re pretty spot on with this infographic-type flow chart.
You may not be prepared for how few of them there are.
The guys over at “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me” try a new sandwich. Among other ingredients, the Three Little Piggy contains double smoked ham, breaded pork tenderloin, and bacon. Anthony Bourdain said it’s the greatest sandwich in America. I agree with him. I’ve not yet tasted it, but I agree with him.
I suppose you could use any analogy to explain social media. Urine included. I have no idea what “Foursquare” and “Quora” are, and I don’t use any of these six forms of social media. But now I at least understand them all.