The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

How to Deal with Skeptical Students Without Being a Jerk. There is some good wisdom here that can be applied across the board in dealing with people who may disagree with you. “As a professor, you don’t have to change the structure of your class to suit students who would prefer you to do things a different way; but you don’t have to treat them with contempt or derision either. And that’s a key universal rule for teachers.”

These Are the Long Term Effects of Multi-Tasking. “Shallow tasks like reading and responding to emails or checking social media might prevent you from getting fired, but it’s deep tasks that produce the value and build the skills that get you promoted.”

Why Women Should Get Graduate Degrees in Biblical Studies. “We need well-trained women serving in our churches. Seminaries and the plethora of new training options available would do well to market to complementarian women. If we believe the gifts are not restricted to men only, then surely complementarians should lead the way in training women. Lord, make it so, for the sake of your bride.”

What Should You Look for in a Church? Spot on.

The New Definition of Tolerance. “This new definition of tolerance is nothing but a political tool to accomplish the very opposite of tolerance.”

Cracking Taco Bell. Let free burritos abound.

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About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave of Jesus Christ, a thankful husband to Chawna Dill, and the youth pastor of South Shores Church. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).
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