Fortuitous Bouncing

I confess, along with most of you, to have not known or (sadly) cared much about what was going on in Egypt the past 30 years. However, I’ve been greatly fascinated by a nation’s people forcing democracy into place. I hope the Middle East is never the same because of the past 3 weeks and I love that every oppressive leader has had to think “what if this happened here” at some point. Here’s a great quote from Obama’s speech yesterday afternoon after Mubarak had resigned: “For Egypt, it was the moral force of non-violence that bent the arch of history toward justice.”

Over the past year I’ve been helping run social media for The Mentoring Project, but this past week was my last. A combination of me not having time/energy and them needing to make budget cuts led to the change. If you’re ever looking for a non-profit to support, I’d look there before anywhere else.


  1. Full-time church ministry is not the pinnacle of faithfulness. “What if the pinnacle of doing Kingdom work is being faithful in the callings that ordinary humans are meant to have?”
  2. Great and in-depth post on consumeristic Christianity. I’d say we’re all guilty of it now and then, whether we like it or not.
  3. Governments exist to serve its people. “We were born to be free. God created us to be free.”
  4. How introverts and extroverts can benefit from one another.


Is spring here yet?