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March 2010 Archives

Lent, Holy Week and Memories of My Parents…

posted by Joan Ball

I am not one to commemorate things. I forget birthdays and anniversaries (including my own). I have no cloth-covered boxes full of trinkets that jog my memory about precious moments from days gone by. The pictures of family and friends that I do […]

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Seeking Tales of Transformation: Beliefnet Stories of Renewal Contest

posted by Joan Ball

Are you an aspiring writer with a story to tell about a life transformation? If so, Beliefnet would like to hear it. Whether prompted by a spiritual event, the birth of a child, overcoming addiction, surviving and illness or any […]

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How Did I Get Here?: A Talking Heads Moment at SXSW

posted by Joan Ball

I am sitting here at a coffee shop in Austin an hour before I am scheduled to check in at the green room for my South by Southwest presentation having a Talking Heads moment.  You may find yourself living in […]

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Church of Facebook Author Jesse Rice In Search of Benefactors: Is the American Church Ready for This?

posted by Joan Ball

My friends Jesse and Katie Rice have a call on their lives. They are convinced in the tradition of old-school Jesus-followers that they are to follow this call forward with or without the certainty of a particular job or method […]

Flirting With Faith Endorsements: Kind Words About My First Book

posted by Joan Ball

Flirting with Faith: My Spiritual Journey From Atheism to a Faith-Filled Life, is set to release on May 11, 2010. Over the coming weeks I will be posting some excerpts, a sample chapter or two and sharing the latest about […]

Americans Want More News Reporting on Religious and Spiritual Issues According to New Pew Study…

posted by Joan Ball

A recent Pew Research Forum study titled “Understanding the Participatory News Customer“, shows that many Americans view religion and spirituality is an underreported area in the news. According to the report: “41% of Americans say there is not enough coverage […]

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Does the Protestant Work Ethic Hold Up in the 21st Century
This was originally posted last year, but it's on my mind again today... Reading a "secular" textbook this morning about the roots of Americans' tendency to define themselves by the work they do and came across this: "Calvin's doctrine of ...

posted 2:48:59pm Feb. 13, 2012 | read full post »

Does the Protestant Work Ethic Hold Up in the 21st Century?
This was originally posted last year, but it's on my mind again today... Reading a "secular" textbook this morning about the roots of Americans' tendency to define themselves by the work they do and came across this: "Calvin's doctrine of ...

posted 12:57:29pm May. 25, 2011 | read full post »

Holy Saturday: Thoughts on Sacrifice
Woke this morning thinking about sacrifice and how infrequently most of us, myself included, actually sacrifice anything of true value to ourselves for God and others. Sure we give money to our favorite charities. But when is the last time we ...

posted 9:50:42am Apr. 23, 2011 | read full post »

Maundy Thursday: Inspirational Holy Week Stories for an Extraordinary Season...
Wondering about the meaning of Holy Week and Easter? A new friend and talented author, pastor, artist Dr. David McDonald, has created a helpful site called The Common Truth: Ordinary Stories for an Extraordinary Season that offers ...

posted 9:51:07am Apr. 21, 2011 | read full post »

An Ordinary Holy Week Primer for an Extraordinary Season...
Wondering about the meaning of Holy Week and Easter? A new friend and talented author, pastor, artist Dr. David McDonald, has created a helpful site called The Common Truth: Ordinary Stories for an Extraordinary Season that offers ...

posted 12:27:39am Apr. 19, 2011 | read full post »

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