Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

Wysteria in Flower

Yesterday, I got home in time to take a short ride on my bike and got an eye full of the Wysteria, Azaleas and Dogwoods all in bloom. Every mile was filled with the sights and smells of Spring. It’s a great time of year.

Fun, Sports, and Entertainment

Aaron Nola Writes an Article on Why He Loves Playing in Philadelphia    Aaron Nola just became an even greater fan-favorite with this love letter to Philly fans. Who would have thunk that Philly could win over a boy from the bayou of Louisiana.

Politics, Culture and Literature

“Our Devastation Over Trump Becoming President Caused Us to Go Insane”  Vox Magazine has an explanation for how the left lost its mind over Trump. Now, if they can just get over it and put up a real candidate. Hopefully, both Republicans and Democrats will find their minds again. (Well we can hope can’t we?)

Yale University Pulls Funding for Fellowships Funding for Students Working at Christian Organizations    More evidence that the culture in the West is post-Christian moving rapidly toward anti-Christian in its orientation. Christian must become more knowledgable of the Scripture, more holy in their behavior, and more sophisticated in their cultural apologetic.

Europe tells Britian to Withold Muslim Background of Terrorists    This is how freedom of speech dies and a culture turns its back on its heritage in a stupid submission to politcal corretness.

American Idiocracy: 50 Years Later, We are Still Stranded in the Twilight Zone   A look at where the culture is through the eyes of Rod Serling and the Twilight Zone legacy.

Christianity, Devotion and Worship

The Growing Problem of Spiritual Entitlement    With celebrity pastors making half a million dollar salaries, wearing designer shoes and $900 athletic shoes, this article couldn’t be more timely.

The Biggest Difference Between Churches that are Raising Up Young Leaders and the One’s that Aren’t    With an aging pastorate, we need to solve this problem. Every church should be raising up new leaders.

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