What We Have (and Don’t Have) in Common with Leonardo Da Vinci and His Friends

Saw this on a friend's Facebook wall post: “Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.” ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr. This is true, very true. However, I … Continue reading What We Have (and Don’t Have) in Common with Leonardo Da Vinci and His Friends

The Heart of a Pastor’s Calling: Part 3

Covenant Theological Seminary's mission statement says: "The purpose of Covenant Theological Seminary is to glorify the triune God by training his servants to WALK in God's grace, MINISTER God's Word, and EQUIP God's people—all for God's MISSION."  Part 1 is to walk in God's grace. Part 2 is to minster God's Word (the Gospel). Today is … Continue reading The Heart of a Pastor’s Calling: Part 3

Forty-Two

Tomorrow, Dec. 18, 2010, marks the day that I was born forty-two years ago.  Below are some interesting facts about this amazing number. In mathematics: It is conjectured to be the scaling factor in the leading order term of the "sixth moment of the Riemann zeta function". In particular, Conrey & Ghosh have conjecturedwhere the infinite product is over all prime … Continue reading Forty-Two

The Heart of a Pastor’s Calling: Part 1 (Walk in God’s Grace)

I am a graduate of Covenant Seminary, and receive the institution's quarterly magazine, Covenant. The latest issue defines the school's reason for being, saying, "The purpose of Covenant Theological Seminary is to glorify the triune God by training his servants to WALK in God's grace, MINISTER God's Word, and EQUIP God's people—all for God's MISSION." … Continue reading The Heart of a Pastor’s Calling: Part 1 (Walk in God’s Grace)