It's been a while since I've done a weekend links post. The last couple of weekends were crazy busy, but things have settled down a bit. Here in the sunny South we missed the worst of Hurricane Sandy, but we are praying for the folks further north who are expecting to have a rough time the next few days. I wonder if any of the states have alternative ways of voting on Nov. 6, in case the power is still out due to the storms. Hopefully it won't be as bad as that.
On to the links:
Already but not yet.
The unmentionable one anothers.
Jesus loves even Chaplain Mike.
Have you heard about this?
Some good posts on this synchroblog.
Keith Giles has a series on leadership. Part 1 is here.
Len reviews The Art of Neighboring.
How not to interpret the Bible.
To be in Christ.
The pastor and politics.
On being wrong.
J.R. Miller has a series on elders. Part 1 is here.
Alan Knox has a series on the "body of Christ" metaphor. Part 1 is here.
Eric Carpenter lives in the tradition belt.
Frank Viola on half-answered prayers.
If you're a leader in a church, please don't buy this (HT: iMonk).
Beautiful (HT: Scot McKnight).
It's time to party.
Sacred times and places.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a blessed week.
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