On1 has release their new mobile app and sync service into the wild. I took it for a spin.
I love history, which is why study tools like the Accordance Timeline Expanded Edition hold such appeal for me. The combination of history with my favorite Biblical study tool is a great combination.
The story of Christian spirituality and theology is both deep and many-threaded. Exploring some of the less-travelled paths of our spiritual tradition, for Western Christians at any rate, is a both a challenging and rewarding endeavor.
Over the last few years my “mobile” computer of choice has been my iPad Pro. It’s small, light, and does what I need it to do. It has, in fact, become so central to my workflow I opted to upgrade my 12.9 iPad Pro, and let my 2014 MacBook Pro age away. In the Fall…
Soon after it became clear CoVid-19 was going to become a pandemic I decided I would take the time to read up on the “Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. I’d had a bit of exposure to its history, as the church I was attending during college had served as a hospital during that era, but other than that I was in the dark. I needed to know more.
Lent may be my favorite season of the Liturgical year, so I jumped when Accordance offered me a copy of Holy Solitude, by Heidi Haverkamp, in exchange for an honest review.