Thinking Out Loud

August 20, 2014

Wednesday Link List

Christian Coke

Time for your midweek break and some news and opinion pieces you may have missed:

Paul Wilkinson is available to speak or sing on any dates you had previously booked with Mark Driscoll, Vicky Beeching or Gungor and may be contacted through his blogs, Thinking Out Loud and Christianity 201.

March 3, 2011

Your Opinions Matter: 5 Quick Clicks

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  1. How Young is Too Young? – Believer’s Baptism of Younger Children
  2. How Young is Too Young? – Young Children Taking Communion
  3. How Much is Too Much? – Compensation for CEOs of Charities and Non-Profits
  4. How Many is Too Many? – Contemplating the Large Family Issue
  5. How Far is Too Far? – Crossing the Line from a Quirky Doctrinal Position to Outright Heresy

December 26, 2008

Blog of the Week – Lord, I Believe, Help My Unbelief

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We don’t really have a Blog of the Week, but if we did, I would want to send [select one: (a) some link love, (b) a shout out to, (c) virtual props] to Jim Lehmer at the blog, the title of which expresses how we all feel some days: Lord I Believe, Help my Unbelief.

Jim lives in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA and has a number of different blogs and websites for which he must be online all day.   Plus, ya gotta love a blog which includes weekly recipes* and some day, I’m gonna get in my car from east of Toronto, Canada and drive to Missouri just to see what Jim’s got on the stove.

I first discovered Jim’s blog through a link to his Christian Buzzwords Bingo and on Saturday nights, while I’m listening to Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion on National Public Radio, I know that Jim is probably listening, too; in another part of the world.  He also lets me clutter up his blog with comments, including a recent one I ended up retracting fully in a later remark.

Besides, he frequently sends lots of link love and comments in my direction; including an “HT” for the item on the screengrab above.     Merry Christmas, Jim.   Bookmark his blog in your browser and check it out often.


*Speaking of culinary creativity:  We ran out of stuffing for the turkey leftovers today, so I invented “stuffing bruschetta.”  The key word here is “invented;” after “vision-casting” the concept, I was online while  Mrs. W. was fixing dinner.   Maybe I’ll blog the recipe someday to give Jim a little competition.

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