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How to Make Joshua 13-21 Hyper Exciting

Joshua 13-21 is the part of the Bible where God divides the land to the 12 tribes.  I have read this many times and it’s a little… boring. The Word of God ‘boring’???  Sin! Repent!

No.  Some parts of the Word of God are boring.  Of course they are “exciting because it’s the Word of God and God is speaking to you”, but… the content (of some parts) is boring to me. It’s important, but it’s boring.  Like, who wants to read about borders and city names, especially when the map is totally different today?  It’s like how music theory or in-class driving classes are boring and jamming out and driving fast is more fun or… ANYWAY!

I love the Bible and great news! I found a really cool link to make chapters Joshua 13-21 *way more fun*.  Check this map out, zoom in on the details and try to find all the places on this map as you read your Bible.  It’s in Spanish or some etymologically-similar language that I don’t know but the names are pretty close.  And I really love this map because somebody made it *by hand*! Someone must have really loved their Bible and/or found it too boring to read these sections without the visuals. Someone dedicated a *big* part of their life to making *our* Bible time more fun so I’m super thankful:


Source wikipedia link

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The Ubuntu AudioCast – Where Did It Go???


What a shame.

Chucky, Bucky and Philbare seem to have taken an long hiatus from pumping out the latest about Ubuntu.

These guys were different because they weren’t just talking tech.  They were talking life.

Ubuntu is not just technology.  It relates to a whole bunch more stuff that’s very critical for our future.  Randall Ross did a great short article about the 7 Pillars of Ubuntu.  You can read that one again here as I’ve quoted it several times in the past.

The Ubuntu Audiocast hits all the pillars and works hard to make it funny.

There may be a few drinks involved during the production but you wouldn’t know it…??

Check it out.

Go listen to the archives.

Bookmark the page.

RSS the feed (not sure how, ha!)

It’s probably just a matter of time until they show up again with fresh content.