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Monday Links and Bullets 12.19.11

Here are this week’s links and bullets.  Some good reading a few short videos in the links.  Bullet thoughts below. Enjoy!

WEEKLY LINKS

LINK OF THE WEEK

–I was really happy with the way our church Christmas Video turned out this year.  It’s a challenging thought.  Thanks to everyone who participated to pull this off.

CHRISTIAN FAITH

16 Daddy tips for Christmas.

–It is worth a few minutes to see this video.  It answers a very popular argument in favor of gay marriage.

–How much should Christians give?  Great read here.

–Parents – do you take your role seriously for Christmas?

–Tebow has been great for stirring the conversation about Christianity.  This short video has a bit of fun with those who’ve had things to say about him.

MISCELLANEOUS

–Sports: Good read here on why the Browns’ handling of McCoy matters.

–Africa: Youths helping to end violence in Zimbabwe.

–Norway tragedy: a strange definition of insanity – this is really worth your while.

–Guns ‘N Roses bass player:  a real wake up call.

BULLET THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK

  • Other people really inspire me (in good ways) sometimes.
  • I’ve probably said this before, but I am really thankful for good friends.
  • Definitely in need of a slower pace. I am hoping this week will provide it.
  • Our son David was not feeling great this morning and WANTED to go to school.  They haven’t called us yet!
  • I am hoping you will think about doing something that goes against culture this advent.
  • Struggling with this one:  how do we view people who have wealth?
  • Are you planning things in your home that point to Jesus during this Christmas season?
  • I am praying that God will work this Christmas, showing His greatness above everything culture tends to make it.
  • If you know someone who has recently lost a loved one, do something this week to lift them up.  It may seem weird to do, but it may mean the world to them.

Have a great Monday everyone!

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