ok, so comments really do work now. it turns out that you have to have an email address to register unless you’re like me and can add the account manually. that requires that a mail server be set up. slight oversight.
but it’s all happy now. the smtp server is running and you can officially login/comment/make me happy.
shannon is the only one who tried so far, and you’ll need to request a reset to your password instead of a new account.
as a side note, your comments will be moderated until i’ve approved one of them, then you’ll be able to spam away.
sorry for the confusion.
lots of good, well said stuff here at the conference. i’m excited to get back to debrief and digest what all has been here…
it’s been interesting to go to the academy to discuss the spiritual life and journey that i’ve been on in the past months, living in a missional environment and journeying in that place.
al roxbourgh has a very clear and well spoken way of stating that which i have already known in some sense and experienced.
more to come later.
i’m out for a couple of days to abilene for a conference on missional Christianity. returning friday night.
it was about 2:30 or 3 when i was going to bed last night, my alarm comfortably set for 9:30… but i had this nagging feeling in the back of my head that i actually had to do something… that there was some responsibility that i was forgetting.
oh yes. that’s right… i have to proctor a test at 8am. joy of joys.
that’s what the drive to abilene is all about 🙂
people can register now to comment. feel free to.