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Wow. That was a crazy couple of days. I didn’t actually read a lot online over the past 48, so not too much to share in the way of links. And I’m trying to keep up on my commitment to try this (posting as much as possible for a month)…even when it doesn’t seem like I have all that much to say.

part of the craziness of that past few days has been figuring out Irish health insurance and hospitals. And things like this don't help.

part of the craziness of that past few days has been figuring out Irish health insurance and hospitals.
And things like this don’t help.

Vast majority of my reading was of the book variety. I finished The Forgotten Ways, by Alan Hirsch for Forge, and am about 1/2 way through Building a Discipling Culture, by Mike Breen.  Second time I’ve read BCD and continue to get great stuff from it.

I mentioned a couple of days ago that I am in-between audiobooks. Today I started a new one while running. The hard part for me is figuring out is a certain book is one I want to have in paper form so I can highlight, make notes and refer back to, or would listening to it while on a run be best? I decided on How the West Won, by Rodney Stark. Only a chapter or two in at this point, but I made a really good choice!

Best links from the past couple days:

What’s next for Red Sox’ young core of players?
I think Alex Speier is one of the best baseball writers out there, and that’s not just because he covers the Red Sox. This is his latest from the Boston Globe.  (did I mention pitchers and catcher report in 15 days)

Why Generation Y is Unhappy
This is something Liz sent me a few weeks ago. I’ve thought about it a lot since then.

I hope your February is off to a good start!


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I am a church planter living on Dublin's Northside. I also serve as Director of Marketing for Communitas International. I write about various topics that happen to be going through my brain.