Summer camp is over and it's bittersweet. I get to sleep in for a few days before school starts and can get some things done around the house. I always enjoy driving the shuttle bus and hanging out with the folks at camp, and I will miss that. It's a nice change of pace from the school year and replaces the coaching money I earn during the school year. It has cooled down a bit here in the sunny South and there hasn't been as much sun as usual. The Olympics are winding down, and the United States teams have done well. As a matter of fact, I heard that if the US women were a country, they would be third in the medal count, behind the US and China. Not too shabby.
Anyway, here are the links:
This is very good.
Good post by Cindy Johnston.
Alan Knox on unity.
Standing on a new frontier.
Three little words.
Love vs. power.
Craig Schmidt on what Jesus gives.
Encouraging post from Ronnie McBrayer.
On giving to others.
Not irrevocably broken.
Interesting post from Kansas Bob.
Another look from Lisa Dye.
What makes it Christian?
God is bigger.
Not the church's greatest need.
Scot McKnight agrees with John Piper.
What Jesus does not want.
I hope you enjoy reading a small part of the good writing on the web. Have a blessed week.
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