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Monday Links and Bullets 5.7.12

It’s the first links and bullets for May 2012.  Time is flying.  Hopefully you’ll find some good reading here.

WEEKLY LINKS

LINK OF THE WEEK

–Probably not a good idea to stage a kidnapping in your youth ministry.  This article also helps us think through the fallout.

THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

–Why Christianity doesn’t have to be muscular.

A must read for all parents.

–You should know who the guy in this article is.

–Here’s a great way to think about the goal of the Christian faith – knowing or love?  This is a tough challenge.

–At least he’s free to speak up for what he believes.

–Practical: is smoking a sin?  Good thoughts.

MISCELLANEOUS

Would you buy a dome home if it guaranteed the weather wouldn’t affect it?

BULLET THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK

  • “LeBron James donated computers to our school.” Interesting my daughter views things this way.  And this after yesterday we chastised our son for wanting to root for the Heat!
  • Gotta love spring weather.
  • The 500 Festival Mini-Marathon was Saturday in Indianapolis.  Very exciting to be a part of, even though the conditions (and the conditions of my legs) were brutal.  Looking forward to trying a 50 mile ultra marathon race this November.
  • Are things changing? Or are they just the same?
  • I wish mobile apps had the same functionality as web browsers at times.
  • I know a number of people who seem discontent.  I think that’s good – it provides healthy ground for change as long as rash decisions don’t bring the change about.
  • Even though I’m done running for a few weeks, I will be working to keep my body in shape.  I’ve been feeling beat down tired enough – need to stay active!
  • Couldn’t have been happier that Lisa Lampanelli (sp?) got fired last night.  I feel sorry for a woman who has her stature and yet is such a bully and treats people that way.  I will not miss her foul mouth either!
  • I do sense God is moving in my life and others’, which is very encouraging to me.
  • It’s weird talking about moving the piano out of my mom’s house.  What a huge transition – selling the home where our family spent most of its formative years.
  • Lord, if I’m missing something, help me see that and respond appropriately.

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