Top Church Trends; New York Times and Calvinism; 255 Obama Lies; Apps, Teens and Parents; and much more

Weekend Links

a_friend_loves_atI don’t know where I first read it. I don’t even know if I remember the quote right. But it went something like this:

“A friend is someone who knows the song of your life and can sing the melody line for you when you have forgotten it.”

My hope for you in the New Year is that you will find many such friends and be that kind of friend to others. Be the kind of friend that knows and loves others so much that the friendship is about what you can do for them rather than what they can do for you.

The links this week are fewer but a great start on the New Year. Enjoy, but remember, just because I include it here doesn’t mean I agree with everything contained in it.

Better Thinking About Ministry

Top Church Trends in 2013  (Always interesting to know not necessarily something you want to follow.)
An Interview with Dr. Martyn Lloyd Jones  (Excellent interview, strong, clear, not defensive but firm in conviction.)
New York Times Discovers Calvinists and Mark Dever (I guess they can’t see under their own nose to Tim Keller at Redeemer Press)

Better Thinking About Culture and Politics

Liberals Go Hysterical  Over a List of 255 Obama’s Lying, Corruption and Cronyism  (The truth hurts.)
Bus Drivers Protest After Being Punished for Praying for Colleague Whose Daughter Just Died  (More evidence that insanity rules our rule makers.)

Better Thinking About Parenting

Four Apps that Teens Love and Parents Need to Monitor  (It is a dangerous world out there for your teens.)

For Fun and Better Health

Why Your Grandparents Didn’t Have Food Allergies and Maybe Why You Do  (Interesting.)
What to Plant When in Your Garden this Spring (Can’t wait to get started.)
How I Became Less Tolerate of Food Additives  (Is there value to becoming less tolerant to certain foods?)
Building a Garage or Shed Workbench  (This one is built with recycled wood.)


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