This has been a good week. Jan and I have seen God do some amazing things, as he has allowed us to be reconciled with a friend. It has rained every afternoon here in the sunny South, and we seem to be in a pattern where it's going to continue for a while. Pray for the victims of the horrific shooting in Aurora, Colorado and their families. Pray also that those who would try to make political or other hay out of this tragedy would be seen for what they are, and that grace and compassion would rule.
Here are the links:
Arthur Sido on Aurora and some lessons.
How do you know how to do this?
Frank Viola on pettiness.
Mr Toad and Pentecost.
Stephen Mattson on America's forgotten poor.
Good post from Ronnie McBrayer.
A changing sense of mission.
Too many leaders?
Alan Knox on the interconnected church.
A plant that feared the sun.
Sermons in stones.
Pig pens and band aids.
Todd Hiestand on hope.
What is the real story here?
Hugging the rock.
A question from Alan Knox.
How many of us have done this?
Have a blessed week!
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