Sorry for the late entry. Time with the hubs is severely limited for the next 7 weeks (totally conflicting schedules – he’s gone during the week and I’m gone most weekends), so I’m kind of grabbing stuff when I can get to it. Anyway, here are some of my favorite posts from this week. Enjoy!
- In the theme of “people aren’t projects,” I loved this piece from Kathy Escobar about why she doesn’t like the word missional.
- Jessica Buttram wrote a lovely piece reminding us to hold onto the smallest infinite.
- These two posts about the necessity of hell from Zack at American Jesus offered some great food for thought. Part 1, Part 2.
- I’m so happy for Sarah Bessey. And seriously, her announcement is exactly why I cannot wait to read her book.
- Joy Bennett reminds me again of what an amazing woman she is with her post about innocence lost in her family.
- This post from Prolanbrothu is incredibly powerful. It’s from a couple of weeks ago, but I don’t care. We need to hear how making sure people know where we stand on homosexuality makes people who are gay feel. I’ve heard this over and over again from folks in the LGBT community, but Prolanbrothu articulates it very well.
- I need this Dora the Explorer movie to be real.
What did you read/write/watch/listen to this week that moved you? Link it up in the comments.