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Hey Everyone, thanks for the great questions and conversation today in class. Here are slides from the presentation. Also, thanks for the patience on the technical difficulties, I found what I needed to do (Steve you were on the right track) in the instructions (imagine that!)…
Tags: Gandhi, mission, postcolonialism
Hey everyone, I’ve got an Australian missional/activist friend, Jarrod McKenna, who has been writing thoughts on Gandhi and the mission of the Christian church for a couple months. Since we’re watching the film on Gandhi’s life right now, and reflecting on mission and postcolonialism I thought you might be interested in reading some of these posts. I’ve bookmarked them all for you, in case you’re interested in further exploring Gandhi’s life and some reflections on that for mission. Here they are.
If you find interesting, pertinent information on Gandhi and mission, or postcolonialism, etc go ahead and let us know about it in the comments.
Tags: delicious, Tutorial, video
Just for fun, if you’re interested in doing more internet research and find yourself online finding great sites and wish you had a really easy way to keep track of thousands of sites, and share them with friends then you need to check out the Delicious social bookmarking site. I’ve been using it for the past couple years and love it (you can see mine here). But the main reason why I’m telling you is because delicious has recently put together a great short video for how to setup and use their site and it’s really helpful if you’ve never used it before. I know some of you will like what they’ve done.
Here’s a link to the video.
A couple quick things I wanted to turn your attention too.
Google has just launched their free word processor online. It’s a great way to post to your blog, you can set it up to post directly to blogger or wordpress, and it’s great for writing papers and taking notes. Jump over to google and sign up for an account if you don’t have one.