There was a lot going on in the news this week. The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico continued to spread, New York City escaped a terrorist attack, and in case you missed it due to the inadequate coverage, Nashville, Tennessee was inundated by what was described as a 500 year flood. The estimated cost of the cleanup and reconstruction is one billion dollars. There are many who lost their homes and possessions. Please pray for the folks in Nashville.
Here are the links for the week:
Tim Hill on forgiveness.
Jared Wilson on maple syrup.
Dan Edelen on fuzzy church.
Erin on change.
Matt on a Christian enough nation.
Donald Miller on arguing.
This video showed up on a lot of blogs this week. It's a good commentary on modern church.
God is holy and here.
I agree. This is not okay!
Becoming a dangerous Christian.
Walking barefoot. Part 1, Part 2.
I don't remember seeing this side of the sculpture.
Loving and leaving.
The elephant in the living room.
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. I hope you have a great day Sunday.
Thanks for reading my blog.
From my opportunity to teach in our gathering this morning:
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