The football season is underway, which means basketball can't be far behind. Things are cooling down here in the sunny South and it won't be long before the roads in the mountains will be crowded with folks looking at the fall foliage. It's possible that the United States could be involved in yet another nation in the Middle East by next weekend. We'll see. Well, enough current events. On to the important stuff.
Here are the links:
Eric Carpenter on freedom in Christ.
Andy Stager on a different church growth strategy.
Ruth Wilson confesses.
Mike Bell on being the church.
M. Morford asks a good question.
Old Erich proverb.
Kansas Bob on being authentic.
Maybe not in a church service on a Sunday morning.
Wayward Son is un-persuaded.
Len on slow church.
Matt Appling asks a question.
Peacemaking and churches.
World's 50 most unusual churches.
Homily on grace.
A new legalism.
Doxology in darkness.
Have a blessed week!
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