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.
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.
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.
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