I’ve posted a new podcast for “Digital Dialog” that I created this past week with my wife, Shelly. Our conversation focuses on chapter 1 of the 2007 book “Children’s Ministry in the 21st Century” by Craig Jutila, Jim Wideman, and Pat Verbal. Link to our “Digital Dialog” Ning social network on digitaldialog.ning.com.
I had previously read about the need and importance of “social inoculation” in the book “Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World: Seven Building Blocks for Developing Capable Young People” by H. Stephen Glenn and Jane Nelsen. In this chapter, however, contributing author Rick Chromey discusses the importance of helping young people not only develop skills that allow them to be innoculated against “cultural pollutants” and “cultural sewage” which unfortunately remain part of our cultural landscape, but go further via incarnational living within culture.
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- Create a web feed for school sites which don't provide/support RSS - 2010
- Transitioning to 1:1 Netbooks via BYOL - 2009
- 10,000 miles apart and learning - 2008
- links for 2008-04-08 - 2008
- NCCE 2008 workshop audio recordings - 2008
- Positive impressions of WordPress 2.5 - 2008
- MySpace defamation suit highlights important issues - 2007