Monday, May 01, 2006

Two Quick Links

First, Bob Kauflin – the worship leader for Together for the Gospel – has posted a song list from the conference. The songs were most appropriate theologically and musically, particularly given the diversity in the crowd (not theologically, but, uh, “expressively”).

Second, WOO HOO!

Ahem. I’m only interested in such things in order to share an interest with my son, you understand. After the game we talked about the good example of humility and sportsmanship given by Chris Chelios in the Detroit locker room and the “not so good” example of Manny Legace (lucky bounces indeed!). Sometimes sacrifices have to be made in order to seize teachable moments, don’t you know … .

We should be looking at Calgary in round two. A battle of Alberta – wouldn’t that be fun?

5 comments:

Ian said...

What a great game eh? Well, I should say, what a great third period. I thought the Oilers weren't fairing too well for the first two-thirds. If it wasn't for Roloson, they woulda been downed.
Being from Windsor, which is across the river from Detroit, I have a burning hatred for all things Red Wings. It was great to see Edmonton bounce them out of the arena.

BugBlaster said...

FORGET IT TERRY. THE OILERS ARE NOT WINNERS. THEY WILL NEVER MAKE IT. JUST YOU WAIT UNTIL THEY HAVE TO PLAY MY LEAFS...

oh, never mind

stauf46 said...

Yes, Ian, they made a few great aquisitions late in the season.

That's the spirit, Neil. There's always next year. Hang on to '67. Keep on hoping.

Dan S. said...

We should be looking at Calgary in round two. A battle of Alberta – wouldn’t that be fun?

Wish you were as good a prognosicator as a writer and pastor.

Ian said...

Well, Calgary got trounced. I actually think they deserved it they way they played, it was atrocious.
I must say again, I'm sure glad Detroit got done in.