I am wrapping up a ridiculously good Master’s level Old Testament Survey course taught by Dr. Douglas Stuart. My professor does have a public version of this course available for free on iTunes U. (I haven’t listened to these, so I don’t know how closely they follow the ones that I had to listen to. […]Read more "Studying the Old Testament"
Had a 12:30 meeting in Dunwoody on Thursday so that means hitting Buford Highway for lunch! Lee’s Bakery. Yelp says: “Everyone stop what you are doing and come here. Even if you aren’t an adventurous eater or have no idea what bánh mì is, just come!” “This place is bangin’ . Banh Mi and Pho […]Read more "Lee’s Bakery: “Let’s start as friends and see where it goes from here…”"
Forewarning: I’m not a very good foodie review writer, so lower your expectations. First place from my list of goals down. 24 to go. This is the snippet I had about Umaido prior to going: Umaido- Suwanee, GA. Sparked by a) an article in Garden & Gun, b) reading Edward Lee’s Smoke and Pickles, c) […]Read more "Umaido: awesome. will return soon."
My goals for the year can basically be summed up by saying I want to enjoy life more, hang with friends more, eat more good food, and hope that doing those things affords the opportunity for good conversation. If you didn’t know, I have workaholic tendencies, so these goals are geared at having some fun […]Read more "2015 Goals. Have a little fun…"
So, hyped up on all kinds of convictions (like these and these), books (mainly 1,2, and 4 on this page), videos (like these), etc and hoping to build deeper relationships, my wife and I hosted a bunch of folks at our place this past Saturday. That’s kind of uncharacteristic for us (especially because I’m rather introverted), […]Read more "Learning hospitality…"