Monthly Archives: February 2008

Christian-Muslim Common Ground

Centenary College is hosting an Interfaith symposium about Muslim-Christian relations this Thursday through Saturday. I applaud them for holding it and hope to attend some of it as my schedule allows.  It is vital for the world that each faith … Continue reading

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The Changing Landscape of Religion in American

The Pew Forum just released an in-depth study of Americans, finding significant changes. Survey: Americans switching faiths, dropping out – CNN.com Powered by ScribeFire.

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Deep Shift Conference

Early morning cohort meeting with Brian McLaren. The conference is in Dallas at Cliff Temple Baptist.

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Jung for President

Read about Myers-Briggs on the campaign trail below: What psychological personality tests reveal about Clinton, Obama, and McCain. – By Emily Yoffe – Slate Magazine Powered by ScribeFire.

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Making Shreveport Better

What a great idea!  Make the Bayous the place to be. I just read about Dr. Loren Demerath, a sociology professor at Centenary, who is collecting ideas for making Shreveport better.  Check it out below: Bayous to Use A Better … Continue reading

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Entrusted

Click on the image to check out the challenge I recently gave to our Crossings gathering.   I put $1000 in cash on a table and asked for folks to come take what they thought they could use to invest in … Continue reading

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Spielberg Out

BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Spielberg in Darfur snub to China Technorati Tags: Spielberg, Olympics, Darfur

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