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Curator or Creator?

Bloggers are usually either curators or creators. Curators act like hi-tech museum custodians, scanning the worldwide web for quality content to gather, organize, and link to… Creators, on the other hand, create. They write articles, comment on trends, and pen reflections and meditations.

What to do if Westboro Baptist Church pickets your church:

So, what were we to do? We did what any good Southern church would do: served food! No – really – we did. Here’s how we handled the protestors, counter-protestors, church members, and media…

Mike Wittmer on “The New Pharisees“:

The new Pharisees shut the door to the kingdom by assuring people that they are not sinners and therefore do not need to believe in the Savior.  Everyone is born already on the inside and need do nothing to enter.

Too many books:

In the 18th century Samuel Johnson could say that anybody who wanted to understand the vanity of human hopes should go look at a library where vast stretches of dusty unread books, each produced by a hopeful author with infinite care and pains, testified to the pointlessness of almost all learned labor.

And as I dump dozens of books from my shelves into the ‘don’t want’ boxes, I’m struck by the sheer uselessness of the overwhelming majority of them.

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  1. Todd Benkert says:

    I, for one, appreciate you as a curator. I am directed to things on your blog that I would never have seen without your directing me to them. Thanks for a valuable service.

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