Monthly Archives: August 2017

Internships: a guided route through making mistakes

Some time ago my wife and I were doing an overhaul in our bathroom. It was a pretty big job, and there were a lot of things we didn’t know how to do. We watched a lot of videos on … Continue reading

I've updated my Internet Tools I frequently…

I’ve updated my “Internet Tools I frequently Use” – https://justinlong.org/tools.php – for Fall 2017. New to the list include my usage of Evernote (which has become one of my key tools), plus a new section on tools I’m testing to … Continue reading

Titanic and professionalism

“Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.” While I completely agree with the idea of trying something new, I think we can find a better quote. I really dislike this one. … Continue reading

Another on how closure, unreached, reached, unevangelized, etc. are not Biblical terms

Recent conversations have reminded once again that the terms we use to define the task are not Biblical terms. They are barely Biblical concepts. We try to drive our understanding from Scripture, but these measures are always lacking in some … Continue reading