Thinking Out Loud

April 22, 2020

Wednesday Connectivity

Filed under: Christianity, Church, links — paulthinkingoutloud @ 12:54 pm

We’re still at the point where so much of what is being posted online really concerns the one issue that is always with us right now.

But I just wanted to remind you that I’m still tracking stories and posting them to Twitter as I see them.

You do not need to be signed up for, or log in to Twitter to see these things.

Just go to this link.

If you lose that look for PaulW1lk1nson (notice the #1 substituted for the letter i.)

In the meantime here’s a few free ones.

■ Apparently Facebook has a “head of Global Faith Partnerships” who is a Christian. She was involved in their giveaway of 200 streaming kits to local churches.

■ If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s a great collection of top Christian artists performing from home in the Hope Rising Live Benefit Concert. Casting Crowns, Mercy Me, Kari Jobe & Cody Caries, Newsboys, Natalie Grant, Matthew West, For King and Country, and Gloria Gaynor perform as well as messages from Bishop T.D. Jakes, Kristen Chenoweth, Franklin Graham, and Lysa TerKeurst. (There’s a lot of ‘dead air’ at the beginning, fast-forward to 15:00.)

■ Not yet on my Twitter is a mention of this Internet Monk article on Covid-19 and the Future of the Church. It’s a balanced look at things several writers have been discussing.

■ I also really liked this short article by New Jersey pastor Ian Graham, an excerpt of which is below.

You see what I mean, though; everything is on a single theme. During this time I’m also posting more music links than usual. I think we all need it right now. Very few bloggers/tweeters do this; Christian music just isn’t the force it was even five years ago.

■ For those of you outside the US, who want a better window into the conservative Evangelical mindset in The States, this Q&A with Dr. Albert Mohler covers a variety of topics. (Over 300 questions were sent in.)

■ Currently reading: 7 More Men and the Secrets of their Greatness by Eric Metaxas. I’ll post the review closer to the release date.

■ Also, I’m doing more original writing at Christianity 201 (use the link anytime in the top right corner of your PC screen, or at the bottom of this page on your mobile device.)



1 Comment »

  1. Hi Paul. greetings from England. Hope you are all safe. We are all (of course) scared about covid-19. Having said that after reading today’s blog I’m also really scared of Albert Mohler. Take Care.

    Comment by Mark B — April 22, 2020 @ 2:36 pm

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