Hello! Thanks for stopping by yet again. Here are some of my favorite reads from this week – enjoy!
- I absolutely adored this post by Antonia Terrazas. She puts into words so beautifully why it is that many of us (myself included) continue to engage online, even when it’s not as awesome as we’d like it to be.
- I appreciated this post by Emily Maynard about not simply celebrating Lent, but wanting all of the liturgical calendar in her year. Lots to chew on here.
- Rachel Held Evans gets some really raunchy letters. I so appreciate the way that she is using this pain to create something beautiful.
- In his post analyzing the SNL DJesus Uncrossed skit, David Henson went after the violent remaking of Jesus that often happens in American evangelicalism.
- Every single person who isn’t reading Addie Zierman is SO MISSING OUT. If you’re a cynic who sometimes feels abandoned by the Church, go read this piece immediately. And if you’re not a cynic? Also go read this piece immediately, because she says the truth.
- These 8 new punctuation marks absolutely must happen. I’m particularly fond of the Mockwotation Marks.
- I’ve been totally enthralled by Page CXVI over the past few months. I love the way that they’ve redone a number of hymns. Give them a listen.
What have you read/written/watched/listened to this week that moved you? Link it up in the comments!