It's been a busy week. Last weekend we were involved in an event put on by a group of local artists that focused on truth as it is found in story and poetry. It was a wonderful weekend. Due to some wintry weather a while ago, I had three basketball games in four days. The girls played hard, and I'm sure they were exhausted by the end. The regular season wraps up this next week. It seems as if it has just flown by. In other news, the Winter Olympics have kicked off in Sochi, Russia. Everything seems to be going well, as long as you're not a journalist with hotel reservations.
On to the good stuff:
It seems as if there are some things left undone.
The day the Beatles made history.
Playing catch in church.
Mr. Keshavan's wild ride.
13 witty literary lines.
Invasion of the tumbleweeds!
A no frills airline.
For all my hipster friends.
1 Corinthians in PowerPoint.
Jason Elam on prayer.
You have permission.
John Frye has a question.
The day Michelangelo doubted.
I can tell you, around here it's not much.
Scot McKnight on leaders and honor.
Andy Stager on worship.
J.R. Miller has a good post.
Jared Wilson on remembering.
Chaplain Mike's Super Church.
That's all for this time. Have a blessed week!
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