Thinking About Why We Do What We Do

Monthly Archives: October 2007

How ‘Bout ‘Dem Warriors?!

It should come as no surprise that until recently my primary football vocabulary was "Daaa Bears!" Everything has shifted. This fall, Daaa Warriors have me transfixed. Football, volleyball, cross country, tennis, golf and cheerleading, I have watched our young champions for Christ play with heart, skill, strength and character. With one minute remaining in the… Continue Reading

The Last Lecture: What Would We Say?

The national media is highlighting a VIP lecture series addressing the question: what wisdom would we impart to the world if we knew it was our last chance? I tuned into one "last lecture" in the series given by a 46 year old professor from Carnegie-Mellon who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In the… Continue Reading

LRCA and the U.S. Constitution

I can’t get this idea out of my mind. Between meetings in Washington D.C. last month, I scampered over to the National Archives to see a fresh, informative exhibit on the education of our U.S. Presidents. The bonus of my diversion was a quote from President James Madison in 1834. "[The Constitution] was not ,… Continue Reading