Sorry to wake you up, dear, but I thought you might like to watch this tornado! (from CNN)Lots of strong storms in Chicago of late:And here.Kris and I send our greetings from Ravello.Stunning photography.You can participate in the future of Emergent Village.Eugene Cho reflects on preaching through Scriptures (instead of topically).iMonk, a high school teacher, reflects on what a post-modern youth ministry would look like.Pastor John Frye applying his craft.Karen on dealing with bugs: Karen, you travel more than Kris and me.Say it ain’t so, Brunello!Financial inhibition — good piece by David Brooks.Stereotypes of Asian Americans, begone!1. iMonk discusses Scott Hahn.2. A trend in Korean education.3. Candace Parker, back home in Chicago, and interviewed by Patricia Babcock McGraw.4. We’re just south of this garbage headache.5. Thomas D’Agostino, the administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, said that if all six billion people on earth used hand calculators and performed calculations 24 hours a day and seven days a week, it would take them 46 years to do what the Roadrunner can in one day.6. Jim Martin starts a series on what he’s learned about marriage after 30 years.7. That’s a good choice: Israel chooses the ornate Hoopoe as its State bird. Kris and I see hoopoes in Italy.8. Willow Creek and Soulforce.9. Gotta like this report.10. Both Pete Rollins and Norman Jeune deserve to have this post up higher … but I had plenty to do before our trip this week and so I put it here.Sports:Jim McKay, icon of sportcasting, has died.