After two weeks off, TGIF is back (no applause, just throw money). It's July 4, and it was fittingly hot here in the sunny South. Question: Do they have July 4 in England? Answer: Yes, but they don't celebrate it.
I had a lot of blog reading to catch up on after we returned from our trip. I'm not going to even try to link to all of the good ones. These are just a few of the highlights. If you want to read more, just check out "Sites to See" at the bottom of the page. If you have a great blog post and I don't include it, feel free to leave a link in the comments. :)
Barb is talking missional.
Camille puts down some good thoughts.
Molleth is a conscientious objector in the Culture War.
The Wittenburg Door has a good article about Mark Driscoll.
Jake Belder has a good reminder for us this Independence Day.
The Gospel Driven Blog has some consolation for us.
Pam writes about the loneliness of church.
Michael Spencer has a great post on economic discipleship.
Jeff McQ wants to know your favorite lines from "The Princess Bride."
Here's a great idea for getting to know your neighbors.
Jonathan Brink tells a story about a guy going into a bar.
Dan Kimball writes about organs and music.
Enjoy the holiday weekend! Tomorrow Jan and I celebrate 28 years of wedded bliss. (I think she deserves a medal for putting up with me this long.
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