Life, Death, Steve Jobs and the Future of the Mainline Church

Steve Job's commencement address in 2005 at Stanford University seems to be everywhere right now.  A whole host of media are sharing quotes from that speech.  Most of them are sharing this portion where he talks about death.  I guess I'll join the throng and post that portion here: “No one wants to die. Even... Continue Reading →

Jobs vs. Shuttlesworth

One blogger wonders about our priorities in the wake of the death of a prominent figure: Fred L. Shuttlesworth, a pioneer and central leader in the United States Civil-Rights Movement died at the age of 89. His legacy, which included risking his life, being imprisoned, inspiring the work of others who received more credit —... Continue Reading →

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