Posted by: Keith Clark | April 16, 2011

Weekly Wrap

  • Skye Jethani offers an important reminder about the dangers of over-correction and directs attention toward a way of faith that avoids the unhealthy extremes of consumer Christianity and activist Christianity. Part 1. Part 2.
  • The discovery of a long-lost letter serves as a reminder to be careful with assumptions regarding the faith of former leaders of America.
  • Rachel Held Evans has written an instructive post on the nature and motivation of Christ-like submission.
  • This morning, a number of people from our church are selling cupcakes to benefit the work of Sixty Feet, as they seek to reach out to imprisoned orphans in Uganda. Check out their great work here.
  • This article relates the dangers of wildfires near my wife’s hometown within the last couple days. We’re certainly thankful the damage was not more extensive.
  • After an extended absence from the postseason, my beloved Memphis Grizzlies are back in the NBA playoffs. I only wish I could watch the games with my college roommate, who is a die-hard San Antonio Spurs fan!
  • If you pay any attention at all to the state of what is currently called “debate” in our society–whether political, religious, philosophical, etc.–and it quickly becomes clear just how poorly we listen to each other. This article suggests a number of strategies for helping children become good listeners, which could in turn make for an adult population filled with good listeners.
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