Monthly Archives: March 2007

It’s Official!

Two weeks ago, I received another acceptance letter from Princeton Theological Seminary — this one to the dual degree program. That (and a few conversations with PTS professors, administrators, and students) was the deciding factor. A few minutes ago I … Continue reading

Posted in Church, College, Education, Family, House, Life, Seminary | 3 Comments


Today’s viewing entertainment has been brought to you by Novell. I’m not a huge fan of SUSE Linux (Novell’s product) but we’re all on the same team, right? (I’ve been happily using edubuntu Linux for almost two months now). But … Continue reading

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My Ideal “Church?”

So I’m sitting here in the middle of our church’s annual Session Retreat. For those of you who aren’t true blue Presbyterians, the session is the elected governing body of the church (kind of like a board of directors). As … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Reflection | 2 Comments

Two years after my departure from full-time public school teaching, my name and “reputation” seem to have lingered on after me. Someone pointed this website out to me, and lo and behold — I’ve been rated! Looks like three out … Continue reading

Posted in Education, English I, Sunset HS, Web 2.0, Writing | 50 Comments

Mr. Locke’s Classroom goes “Open”

I had a long talk with a friend today about traditional security vs. “soft security” (the kind of security practiced by Wikipedia, among others). It’s time to start practicing what I preach. This is my blog. It will always be, … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Guest Blogging, Open Source, Web 2.0 | 1 Comment

Big Boy Bed

943929937936 Yesterday was one of those milestones in parenting that seems kind of silly when you talk about it, and yet means everything in the world when it happens. We’ve been talking to Grady about getting a “big boy bed” … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Fatherhood, Grady, Pictures | 3 Comments