Colloquium’s Best of 2007
It’s a New Year and Colloquium has a new look! Hopefully, 2008 will also bring many new friends — in the blogosphere and real life — as well as exciting personal and professional opportunities!
If you are a new reader, welcome! Sit back, relax and enjoy some of my favorite work. If you are a returning or regular reader, thanks for your support and encouragement. I also invite you to review some of the articles listed here in case you missed them the first time around.These articles are my personal favorites, for a variety of reasons. They may not necessarily be the most popular entries from last year or, in some cases, even the best-written. But they are the ones that resonated with me as I looked back over the titles from the past twelve months.
- January 2007: Thirteen Reasons Why I Wish You Could Have Known My Father
- February 2007: It All Began at Chuck E. Cheese’s
- March 2007: “What Would Jesus Do?” — The ElCA Chose to “Stand Silent”
- April 2007: Rooted in Reality . . . and Blessings
- May 2007: Breaking My Own Rule in Order to Speak Out
- June 2007: A Cautionary Tale: The First Amendment, Good Taste and Writers’ Rights
- July 2007: Knowing Our Own Worth
- August 2007: I Get That Sinking Feeling . . .
- September 2007: Surrounded By Angels and the Peace They Bring
- October 2007: The Power of Words and Need for Restraint
- November 2007: The Remnants of My Misspent Youth
- December 2007: What Christmas Means to Me
- Bonus Selection: The Surprising End of My Innocence