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the irony of communication

In our age on of over-communication [email, texting, facebooking, etc.] it is sadly ironic how good communication remains hard to achieve. Expressing thoughts, ideas and feelings through messages launched without needing to look into the eyes of another person leaves something to be desired. Hitting the “send” button may not always be the best decision.

A good friend of mine recently wrote a blog entry about this topic. You can read it on her website.  It’s entiled “Dear Google – Can you make us more relationally responsible people?”

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Husband. Father. Senior Pastor of Parkview Community Church in Glen Ellyn, IL.

Ok...so you've located the place where I put down my random thoughts. The key word here is random: music, sports, art, food, books, news, spiritual musings, weird stories, etc. I'm especially interested in how everyday experiences of life intersect with the ancient stories of Scripture. Thanks for reading.
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