This weekend is an important one for those who are Irish or who wish they were, and for anyone named Caesar or Julius. Monday is St. Patrick's Day and Saturday was the Ides of March. Conference basketball tournaments finish up this weekend and the fun begins! In other news, the UN has said that Russia's actions go against UN principles, while the Russians have answered that doing what they want doesn't violate their principle of doing what they want.
Anyway, here are the links:
Stephen Mattson on some things he wishes he knew.
At least he's honest.
This is good!
Lent with Bob Dylan.
Where John's story begins.
Dan Edelen on "Christian answers."
Paul Tripp on grace.
Chaplain Mike on quiet.
Peter Leithart on hope beyond frustration.
Erik Parker on praise bands.
What is the size of your heart?
Tennis racquets and Christian identity.
Notes from the edge.
Zack Hunt has his own brand of madness.
Bats in the belfry. Really.
Another possible casualty of the Ukranian crisis.
Questioning the just war assumption.
So, if April showers bring May flowers, what do March showers bring? I think the answer is mud. Just mud. Have a blessed week!
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