After a couple of weeks off, the links post is back. Now is the time to avoid certain roads if you can. You know, the ones that lead to shopping malls. Schools around here have begun their Christmas break, so parents are wondering what they are going to do with this influx of children.
On to the links:
Good post from Daniel Wells.
Kansas Bob also has a good one.
Advent reflection from John Frye.
Beautiful Orthodox church buildings.
Zack Hunt says love is a worthless idea.
The character of the King.
How to have an introverted Christmas.
Evidently, running is good.
Bad reasons for choosing a church.
Finding Christ in Christmas.
Weakness and strength.
Don't block the light.
Retiring the lone ranger.
Christians in Iraq prepare for Christmas.
Into the darkest hour.
Have a blessed Christmas!
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