Structured Pro-crastination

UPDATE: See end of blog post. At times finding quotes and references in student essays, and even in academic works, can be a bit like the old gameshow Catchphrase. Although on the whole quotations should be clearly referenced, and therefore relatively easily found, there are occasionally those which send you…

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Useful Study Tools: Zotero

This post comes from over on http://theridleylog.com where I wrote it as part of a Digital Study Skills seminar that came from the last Structured Pro-crastination post i wrote on the topic last year. I figure its also useful for people who arn’t studying at Ridley and simply want better…

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Food for thought

In another follow up to my post on church here, someone referred me to the ideas of Professor J. Smith, of Calvin College. He is a philosopher by background but has some interesting thoughts on the importance of the way we do church/education/everyday life, and how the way we do…

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A poem

I know the Lord and I trust in Him Therefore I will live as He lives I will imitate Him day and night The depth of my failure overwhelms me I drown in my sorrows, scrambling for help The Lord lifts me up He forgives and restores Therefore I will…

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Some thoughts on minsitry

For my most recent assignment (finished yesterday yay!) I have had to think through what I believe ministry is, my own gifts and passions, how these might influence my choices in ministry and put together a training plan for the next few years. I found the assignment helpful because it…

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Useful study tools: Part 1 – Zotero

Around college it is currently essay time, with everyone seemingly busy researching and writing, and generally scurrying about in a heightened state of anxiety with the upcoming assessment. So in this current busyness with essays due in the next week I figure the best thing to do is some Pro-crastination1…

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