Hopefully there won't be any technological (user error) problems with the links this week. The big news in the sports world this week is the Donald Sterling drama. Oh, and there are also a few basketball games being played.
Without further ado, here are the links:
A school for kindness.
Dan Edelen is rethinking spiritual growth.
The love of Jesus.
Lisa Dye is hanging up her magic wand.
Books about sustainable living.
In case you're looking for a distinctive name for a daughter. Or a son.
Jesus and pain.
Courage to fail.
Good post from Keith Giles.
Five things the church can learn.
Jesus, or his stuff?
Three little words.
Arthur Sido on Sarah Palin.
Beautiful stained glass windows.
Just in case anyone believed China was allowing religious freedom.
Evidently, antibiotics are losing their effectiveness.
The lie we all believe.
Living in the freedom of Easter.
Tolkien and the Germans.
Biblical and political.
Have a wonderful week!
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