Great blog posts I think you should read
We’ve turned a corner here in the Saunders household yesterday. The beauty of non-stop ministry situations is that they usually begin to see the light of truth clear away the darkness, and I feel as if I’m seeing that process play out in both the physical and the spiritual realms. When God restores broken things it feels like jumping into a clear, clean pool on the hottest day of summer. Everything is washed and refreshed.
Since I’ve had a few minutes to catch up on all my blogosphere friends, I thought I’d post links to the posts that I really enjoyed and helped me through the last two weeks. I haven’t had time to comment on them, but all of them either touched me, inspired me or humored me!
Ed Bahler wrote an interesting post this week that I’ve thought a lot about.
- A Rabbi and a Christian: on how some of the issues the church faces are also facing Jewish faith communities.
All-time favorite blog post title of the week goes to the Church Bartender gang for this post: Let’s Get Naked. Come on people, you know me…you can trust my recommendation. David Helbig and Jeremy should especially go check this one out.
I love everything Jeff Shinabarger posts, but I enjoyed dipping back into the culture/arts side of life with this post on Beautiful Losers.
When Anne Jackson talks, I listen over at Flowerdust, her blog. But writing on the Deadly Viper Character Assassins blog this week she had a great viewpoint on the John Edwards Affair. Grace…what a great word.
Joni wrote about Loneliness in the church and reminded me of one of my core values: hospitality. It was a great reminder of why we do what we do.
My friend Lisa Duvall just started a blog, Life according to Weezie. Go check her out and encourage her with a comment!
I’d give you more, but a nasty, nasty storm just blew threw and knocked out all our power. One girl is hollering in the shower and another keeps pushing the TV Remote. I guess I have to go! Enjoy, all.