Do not ask for whom the link list tolls… as I won’t know what you’re talking about.
- From a few weeks back but worth the read: How Chick-Fil-A came out on top in spite of the boycott.
- Robert H. Schuller takes the stand in court and can’t remember if he’s currently on the Crystal Cathedral board. I thought of making this its own post here, but it was just too sad.
- Justin Welby is to become the new Archbishop of Canterbury succeeding Rowan Williams. He “is reported as representing the evangelical tradition within Anglicanism.” More biographical data at Wikipedia.
- Read this one slowly so you know you’ve got it: The pastor of a Calvary Chapel church is suing his son for cyberbullying.
- Jamie W., known for being the very worst at some things, is at her very best in noting that ministry in Northern California is much more challenging than missions in Costa Rica. “
Here, poverty is internal, hunger is spiritual, and need feels non-existent.”
- If you think universalism is a recent invention, you might want to pour a coffee and pore over this mini church history lesson.
- Russell D. Moore rightly asks, “What the heck are you thinking?” to parents who give their preteens iPads and iPhones with unrestricted internet access.
- Kathryn Lofton thinks that Mitt Romney’s problem wasn’t the revelation of his Mormon faith, but that he didn’t reveal enough.
- We can only imagine… Casting Crowns’ next album will be all acoustic.
- Been abused or know someone who is an abuse victim? Jay Cookingham makes a powerful proclamation — primarily to men — that we are new creatures in Christ.
- Here’s a short and simple yet very much-needed photo essay on priorities from Karen Spears Zacharias. (You might want to copy/paste this and fwd it to friends.)
- Evangelicals aren’t the only ones looking for insight into eschatology, or the teachings about the last days. A Roman Catholic author delves into the end times teachings of Jesus.
- Steve McCoy reviews Paul David Tripp’s Dangerous Calling and nine signs that pastors are getting off track.
- While it’s not a religious organization, the Kindness Boomerang video at Lifevest is worth watching. Also available at GodTube.
- Thought we’d end with something visually appealing that’s on various sites: