Thursday, January 19, 2006

The 50 Most Influential Christians

The Church Report has compiled a list of the
50 Most Influential Christians
in the country. Lists like these are always fun. There are undoubtedly a handful of people on the list that you are excited to see represent Christendom. However, there are also several that it shames you to know that is what some people think of when they hear the word "christian". My question is who stood out to you? Who were you happy to see and who were you not so happy to see? I was excited to See Rick Warren and Bill Hybels crack the top 5. I also liked that Erwin McManus, Ted Haggard, and "W" made the list. Let me know what you think.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

If You Were A Superhero...

Following with the theme from last week, we will now see which superhero we are most like. I came up Superman, which is awesome, because he is by FAR my favorite superhero of all time. The Flash is cool too, which was my other match. I am also relieved that Wonder Woman came in last! Have fun with these, and be sure to let me know who you were most like.

Your results:
You are Superman

The Flash
Green Lantern
Iron Man
Wonder Woman
You are mild-mannered, good,
strong and you love to help others.
Click here to take the Superhero Personality Quiz

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

What World Leader are You

I Stole this from Joel Manners, but it is a fun insight into yourself. I was Gandhi, so I'm not sure what that says about me. Give it a try.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

A Little Road Rage Anyone?

I got to thinking today, after the guy in the baby blue Honda Accord gave me the finger, that road rage is a serious problem in our society. I know, I am certainly not the first to point this out, but I think it is worth asking the question "Why is road rage so common in our culture?" I have done some traveling and noticed that the driving in other countries makes the driving in America look like those old cars at amusement parks that only go about 5 miles an hour and have that track between the wheels so you can't steer off the path. In these other countries, Thailand and Guatemala, to be spicific, Red lights are merely a suggestion; following too closely, the norm; merging, a personal challenge. Yet with all the cutting off and such that takes place, you see almost no road rage. It is simply a way of travel, even a way of life. So, to boil it down, what does road rage say about our culture? Too impatient? Too busy? Too stressed? Too carnal? You tell me.