Cuts and Chats
My eye caught this cover article in the Penn newspaper earlier this week: "Scissors and style on 39th Street." It brought me back to my undergrad days at Penn, when I had this student entrepreneur beat on price: my haircuts were free. I found it to be a great dorm ministry - a demonstration of tangible service, and the perfect setting for conversations that were meaningful without being forced. I mean, besides attending a ballgame or going for a car ride, can you think of a more ideal context for two guys to have a good talk? Kudos to Collin Williams, and let's hope some of those junior barbers he wants to apprentice are Christians who want to use haircuttery as a platform for doing good and spreading some good news.