Book I’m Reading
This one was given to me while attending the OneAccord conference in North Carolina in October. So far, it’s excellent. I’ve learned several counter-intuitive ideas so far, like this one: “The donor who just gave is the most likely donor to give again shortly thereafter.”
God gets His work done using the funding of His people. It is a privilege to invite people into His work through giving!
Article I’m Reading
I’ve been reading Lyn Alden for over a year now. She is astute and rigorous in her financial analysis and also in her evaluations of the macro landscape.
Tweets I’m Reading
US Border Security— Chamath Palihapitiya (@chamath) October 12, 2023
We took the federal data and analyzed it. Here is what we learned:
To understand the issues at the southern border, one must account for the abrupt policy changes implemented over the past few years since Covid.
Prior to March 2020, migrants could cross the… pic.twitter.com/G798k0lbEn
Good evening.— Lyn Alden (@LynAldenContact) October 15, 2023
Avoiding echo chambers is increasingly important in recent years and requires more intention to do.
What sources of content that you *disagree* with have you actively sought out to check your biases and maintain a broad perspective this week?
This animation shows every recorded earthquake in sequence as they occurred from January 1, 1901, through December 31, 2000, at a rate of 1 year per second— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) October 22, 2023
We've just gotten a first dose of Hamas hostage vitriol and cheap manipulations. They abducted our children, elders, women, babies and men specifically for this purpose. Listen to an interesting conversation with @VivianBercovici— Jonathan Conricus (@jconricus) October 24, 2023
for context. https://t.co/k0p92fmmKk
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