Okay. Continuing to make up for lost time, here’s some links around the web that are worth checking out…
- If you’ve wanted to adhere to a bible reading schedule, Logos
Bible Software has published a free tool to help you do just that.
It’s the "Global Bible Reader" — I particularly love that they offer the M’Cheyne schedule. I’ve never succeeded with that one, but I’ve always felt it was the best!
- If you’re a "Christian Music Only"-type person, please do not
continue reading this bullet… If you’ve continued, then you should
really watch "What If the Beatles Were Irish?"
- If you have kids that surf the web and you’re not using some sort
of parental control on the Internet, you should be. For younger kids, Glubble seems like a really great one! As one site said, "Rather than make a futile attempt at blocking everything bad on the
internet, it uses a whitelist of sites that are ok for kids to see. It
brings together a community of parents, allowing the user to set a
pre-defined white list and even use the whitelists of other users." (NOTE: Glubble does require Firefox or Flock (alternative web browsers to Internet Explorer.)
- This next one is now dated, but still worth reading. CJ Mahaney has GREAT suggestions on how to redeem the SuperBowl (or any televised sporting event). Oh, and here’s a good one on how to use a remote control effectively (by one of CJ’s son-in-law’s).
- Last but not least (for this post)…I need to make sure that you’ve watched Tim Hawkins’ "The HomeSchool Family" video. Brilliant.