After a couple of weeks off, Weekend Wanderings is back. The past two weeks have been interesting. A nephew and his family flew in from the west coast for a week. It was good seeing them and we had fun taking them to different places around town. Last Sunday, we celebrated Easter by worshipping at a sunrise service, driving into Charlotte to have breakfast at our favorite little coffee shop, and then celebrating at a church across the street from the coffee shop.
I'm a bit behind in my blog reading, but here's a taste of some of the good stuff floating around the web:
Good post on trust.
Icebergs, onions, and some other stuff.
Scot McKnight on N.T. Wright.
A disgruntled freedom.
Frank Viola praises dry spells.
What's in it for me?
Arthur Sido on elders.
The beauty of conflict.
Alan Knox on unity.
Relating to humans.
Kansas Bob asks a good question.
Light of the world.
Alan Knox on resting and working.
Invitation to the journey.
Chaplain Mike on a special day.
Personal Jesus App? Really? (HT: iMonk)
Ronnie McBrayer on Easter.
Bubba Golf! (HT: Scot McKnight)
Alan Knox reviews Viral Jesus.
Jesus as the way.
Have a blessed week!
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