Saturday, July 16, 2011

Weekend Wanderings

After a couple days of near record temps. (heat index over 100), it's cooled down quite a bit here in the sunny South. We've had a good amount of rain here, and my fire pit became a water feature for a couple of days. Fortunately, it's too warm to use it anyway. We've had some good news here in the Shope household the last two weeks. Josh has landed a job at an architectural firm. It is the kind of work that he has been hoping for as well. Jennie started working at a company that does documentary films. She's one week through a two week trial, and I'm positive she'll show the folks there that they should have hired her long ago.

Anyway, on to the links:

Arthur Sido reviews A Meal With Jesus.
Alan Knox asks a good question.

Andrew Jones on a hot topic.
Ronnie McBrayer says to go to Jesus.
Jared Wilson on love.

Matthew Paul Turner on what he believes and what he knows.
Scot McKnight has a series on the Church. Part 1.

Where are we putting our greatest effort and energy?
What a godly man looks like (HT: Scot McKnight).
Donald Miller says that all great spirituality is subversive.

Jan and I are flying out to California to spend a week with Jennie. Weekend Wanderings will also take the week off. Enjoy your Sunday, and the rest of your week.

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