Now, I’m not saying that 100 posts in two years is a big deal, and I didn’t want to cheat and take up today’s regular post with it, but I felt the milestone deserved a some small attention. So, to mark the occasion, I want to highlight just 10% what I’ve written here thus far. These are the ten posts that I really enjoyed writing, that got almost no attention from those
five of you who regularly read here. Including my mom.
- Poke the Box – My review of Seth Godin’s book of the same name. I probably didn’t do it justice, but it was one of the best books I read last year.
- Two Ways [To] Have a Stronger Marriage – Apparently I’m a horrible editor. No wonder this one hardly got any traction. You should still read it.
- Small Cups and Broad Saucers – How the symbolism of the Havdalah service can instruct us how to be more generous. Don’t miss this.
- On Offers and Promises – Don’t offer free wifi if you can’t provide good wifi service…and what that means to the rest of us.
- Flipping the Numbers – Could you afford to give away what you normally save? How about the other way around?
- The Most Frightening Book in the Bible – It’s probably not the one you think it is.
- The Prodigal God – My review of Tim Keller’s book of the same name. It delves into the parable of the Prodigal Son, which we all can learn a thing or two from.
- If I Had A Million Dollars – What would you do if you received a million dollars, and what would you say if I told you we all do?
- It Isn’t Really For Free – Everything has a cost, and not recognizing that can have some very bad outcomes.
- 57 Channels and Nothing On – How our television quietly went away, and how it affected our home.
Thanks for joining me for the experiment, and I hope you’ll stick around for the next 100. Your regularly scheduled post will be up around noon, as usual.
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