We turned our clocks back here in the sunny South, as did most of the rest of the country. If you did, you gained an hour of sleep or stayed up an extra hour, depending on your preference. The weather is cooler most days and the leaves are turning. I hope you are able to enjoy the beauty of this season.
On to the links:
Ruth Wilson is at war.
Forbes lists the world's most powerful people.
Daniel Wells has some videos.
Dan Edelen has a warning.
Zack Hunt on Christian haunted houses.
Anything worth doing...
Arthur Sido on marriage.
Prayer for the church.
Drake Baer on the best time to drink coffee.
John Frye on meals.
This is interesting.
Front yard people.
Jeff Dunnon on freedom.
Matt Appling on invoking "love."
Have a blessed first week of November!
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