When I said, "Oh, today's Friday", my son reminded me that in the summer every day is Friday, or Saturday. That is so true. The days just sort of melt into each other. Thankfully this summer is going by slowly. It's still a month before we go back to school.
There have been some interesting thoughts floating around the blogosphere lately:
Todd Hiestand wonders where to start.
The Thinklings are encouraging.
Element in Nashville is doing something really cool.
Tall Skinny Kiwi has some advice for anyone visiting Europe.
Brother Maynard has a list of 100 books.
John Armstrong weighs in on the pluralism debate.
Bob Hyatt has a good post on touch.
Molly has stripped things down to the bare bones.
We went to downtown Rock Hill tonight to watch a movie on an outdoor screen. Tonight's film was To Kill a Mockingbird. Great movie.
The last few months, I've had the privilege of speaking in some of our Sunday gatherings. I thought I'd post the recordings here. So...
Finally, the weekly links post is back where it belongs. There has been a whole lot of stuff going on in the last few weeks. But enough ab...
This was first posted on February 21, 2010 and has been edited to bring it up to date. Wednesday, February 13 was the first day of Lent. A...
World Vision has joined with 10x10, a campaign promoting the education and empowerment of girls. This story from Ethiopia highlights how ch...