Throughout 2015, we are going to spend time learning and leaning into each of our core practices in Austin Mustard Seed: sabbath, hospitality, and vocation. We begin with Sabbath, which I kicked off yesterday with a survey of how it was developed in the Old Testament.
I didn’t start the Sermonsmith podcast just so I’d have an excuse to talk to friends, but it sure helps. Time spent with Jim is always well spent, and this conversation just proved to me that it’s the same over Skype as it is in person.
Alton Brown is known for clever and thoughtful shows on Food Network, and his podcast is clever and thoughtful as well. It is primarily interviews, and most of them with people in a food related profession, but not all. But Alton is clever and thoughful enough that I enjoy listening to him to talk about anything, it seems.… Read more
Years ago, I redubbed this site byJohnChandler with the intent it would be a place to gather both words and websites that I had created.
Between podcasts, speaking at Austin Mustard Seed, and writing a few other places, most of my words have been expressed elsewhere of late. So, while I still have oodles of intentions to do some longform writing here, I’m also going to start pointing towards some of the other things I’ve been up to.
The stuff I like anyway.
All this serves as a brief and unrelated introduction to the link above – my most recently posted interview on Sermonsmith with Brian Zahnd.