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Any one of this week’s links could have been its own feature article. By the way, I’m organizing a travel opportunity that begins in a Wesleyan college in western New York and ends in Jerusalem. I call it the Israel Houghton Tour.
- Apostles, Pastors and Teachers, etc., oh my! But maybe the early church didn’t regard this model the way we do.
- Hey, why can’t we all just get along? Can Christians disagree without things getting nasty?
- Related: Controversy is not a virtue.
- Here’s a point for campus recruiters to mention: You can pack heat (concealed carry) at Liberty University.
- Getting to know our neighbors is important. Here’s 15 characteristics of today’s non-churched person.
- A great modern parable teaching you why a burnt offering is of no utility or value to anyone.
- Depression is becoming more prevalent. Here’s a lengthy article on the role churches can play in healing.
- Bono unleashes his inner-nerd at TED 2013 with an avalanche of stats on the world poverty situation.
- Longtime street apologist Tony Miano is confronted by a man who hates God, who he claims does not exist.
- There’s a massive difference between inviting someone to your church and bringing someone to your church.
- Just married, or married a long time? Here’s 5 reasons why your marriage needs church.
- From Brant at AIR1: You’re not raising kids to develop their skill set; you’re raising them to develop their character.
- A discernment blog expresses concern over Holman Publishing’s decision to insert an article by Calvin Miller into their KJV editions.
- No specific page link here, just an entire blog for men, especially those confronting purity issues. Check out Iron Strikes – Men Forging Men.
- What’s causing church attendance to take a hit? Some say it’s children’s sports.
- Going deeper into the story: A suggestion as to why post-resurrection Jesus ate fish with his disciples.
- Dealing with mental spam: Are our filters biased?
- Finally the question all of you keep writing and asking, Where are Rob Bell’s glasses? (We stole this last link from Challies, but decided not to also steal this one.)