Snowmageddon Reading

  1. Photo of the Book of Isaiah page of the Bible

    Kindle version of Tulsa World. For the first time in more than 100 years, the Tulsa World did not print a newspaper. They opted for e-editions, web, and Kindle, and that has been extended from Wednesday to Thursday and Friday as well. So we've been reading all three versions, trying out the Kindle version, which is regularly $9/mo. but has no ads, just stories read as a book one after another.

  2. Facebook. Of course like you I'm reading Facebook entries from people coping with the snow around the country and checking in with Garnett staff and members this week to be sure everyone has what they need and no one is taking unnecessary risks getting out on the roads before they are cleared.
  3. Leadership Journal. I've been reading this excellent journal since grad school in 1990, and I really respect Marshall Shelley and ongoing effort to bring challenging wisdom to bear on church leadership.

Finally, I thought about writing a book during Snowmageddon, but I decided to make igloos with the kids instead. I figured that's the most productive thing I can do. I still need to write a sermon for Sunday, though, so I'd better go.