Friday, February 5, 2010


February is the shortest month, but it always seems to last the longest. I think someone added a day to this week. It's cold here in the sunny South, and we haven't seen a whole lot of sun lately. With four games left, basketball season is winding down, and softball is about to begin. Although, if it doesn't dry up a bit, the team will have to play in waders.

Here is a sampling of what I've seen this week:

Worship without walls.
A manifesto?
Just dust.
Chasing Amy.
An interview with painter Makoto Fujimura.
Getting beyond billboard Jesus.

Sometimes, kids just have trouble with words.
Pam on mega-churches.
Continue to pray for iMonk.
Rules of engagement.
Dangerous questions.
Speaking to the church.
Rethinking running shoes. (HT: Scot McKnight)

TGIF will be back next week, if I don't float away in the meantime. Enjoy your weekend.


Williams Arena said...

Thanks for the links. Worship w/o walls is my favorite. What a beautiful picture she paints in my mind. Singing and cartwheels. You can feel the joy in that moment.

co_heir said...

"You can feel the joy in that moment."

A joy which so many never feel within the walls.

Weelend Wanderings

The first weekend links post of autumn is here! The weather is beautiful here in the sunny South. It was fifty degrees on our back porch thi...