thanks Justin W. for this article- I thought it was very well done.
My friend Preston sent me this video from a creative conference with Elizabeth Gilbert speaking. If you’ve ever batteled the creativity monster, then, this is for you.
On occasion, I will be forced to drive past the Krispy Kreme doughnuts downtown next to Baptist Hospital. Today, the hot and fresh doughnut sign was lit up. This forced a decision that I have not regretted…. yet.
While in the drive-thru, I stumbled upon this:
What mad genius has devised such a deadly combination of sugar? I have heard of other strange mutated doughnut concoctions, but none actually sanctioned by the Krispy themselves. So here is the question:
I am blown away by the extreme usefulness of the new phone from Google and T-Mobile. Check it out.
A friend of mine, (and maybe yours) AnnieLaurie Walters sent me this link.
You may have seen this already but I thought you would be interested
in watching the video of Sarah Palin speaking to her home church in
Alaska about her faith. She was baptized in this church at the age of
12. Keep in mind, this speech was delivered in June of this year,
months before she was looking good for the nomination.
This is legit, here is the link to the church website where they say
they had to take the video down after she became the VP candidate for
Someone must have grabbed it and added it to brightcove so that the
rest of us can enjoy it today.
thanks to Bethany Hader for this article.
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Church Attendance Boosts Student GPAs
Friday, August 22, 2008
By Robert Roy Britt
If you want to boost your teenager’s grade point average, take the kid to church. Or, a new study suggests, find some similar social activity to involve them in.
Researchers found that church attendance has as much effect on a teen’s GPA as whether the parents earned a college degree. Students in grades 7 to 12 who went to church weekly also had lower dropout rates and felt more a part of their schools. On average, students whose parents received a four-year college degree average a GPA 0.12 higher than those whose parents completed only high school. Read the rest of this entry »
I know many of you are still attempting to discern a presidential choice to make for the upcoming elections. I’ve heard several postive comments about the Saddleback Forum and wanted to make them available in one place for us to watch.
I hope you’ll take the time.