I had a habit during seminary of sharing the books I had been reading. In my heart, I'm not sure if it seems boastful to continue this tradition. I may need to do some work to discern my inner motives. For this time I shall, once again, share with you the books I've read and listened to throughout 2012.
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
J.K. Rowling, The Tales of Beedle the Bard
J.K. Rowling, Quidditch Through The Ages, Kennilworthy Whisp
Daniel Keyes, Flowers For Algernon
Paul W. Pruyser, The Minister as Diagnostician
Jill Bolte Taylor, My Stroke of Insight
Manfred Waldemar Kohl, Congregationalism in America Rod Bell,
Madeleine L'Engle, A Wrinkle In Time (Strangley, the worst book I've read in a long time!)
John and Stasi Eldrege, Captivating
Stewart Wolff, Father Stories
Martin Luther, Concerning Christian Liberty
Kenneth C. Haugk, Christian Caregiving: A Way of Life
Ruth N. Koch and Kenneth C. Haugk. Speaking The Truth In
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Week #7 Gold Coast Blend This is our biggest, boldest blend – a coffee with "big shoulders". The source of Gold Coast Blend's bigness is a secret recipe of Latin America, Asia/Pacific and dark roast coffees. Created to celebrate the big city of Chicago, the interplay of these very different coffees weaves a deep and densely rich, sophisticated taste. A style all it's own, this coffee is truly one in a million. I like knowing Starbucks is human too. By my account, that tag line has a typo at the end-"big shoulders". I may need to review my punctuation rules regarding quotes and punctuation inside or outside the end quote, but for now I am comforted to know that nobody-even Starbucks-is perfect.
Well, with my spring finals coming up, I needed a strong coffee! This one was definitely strong enough to keep me studying. I needed some caffeine to keep my eyes on the prize. But the prize this year was a few papers, two finals, and a bunch of reading. I had this coffe…
I received this email earlier in the week:
-- Connecticut Remembers Newtown this Friday
On Friday December 21st at 9:30am Gov. Malloy has asked us to offer a moment of silence in memory of our Newtown, Connecticut neighbors who died tragically last week. We hope you will join us and all of Connecticut in this solemn observance.
I think this was a very good reminder. The link takes you right to a pdf of the proclamation that describes the significance of remembering the events at Sandy Hook Elementary.
It's hard to think that this horrific shooting happened just a week ago. Even harder, is to think I was just blogging about "Change." As information about the shooting came trickling in via various sources of news, it's hardly the time for blogging. But little did I expect how life would change for those families. Horrible. How life could change for my family. The impact of this trauma has left it's mark…