Just some stuff I found helpful, challenging, interesting, or amusing…
I’ve always been drawn to “anti time management” articles. I’m sure that says something bad about me.
Five Ways to Stop Spending Time Managing Time -Rick Segal
“While in no way exhaustive, here are five applications Christians might employ for buying back time for the purposes for which they were given it by God.”
This will be very hard to read if you’re squeamish (like me), but ignoring it won’t make it stop.
We’re Burning Babies-Jonathon Van Maren
“I’ve now gone through the second set of leaked Planned Parenthood videos, the threepartseries entitled “Fetal Disposition,” or in layman’s terms, how to dispose of the babies once they’ve been turned into corpses. I’ve seen more in my work as an anti-abortion activist than I can possibly write, but for some reason, this series has left me more nauseated and heartbroken than the worst abortion footage I’ve ever seen. There is something so ghoulish, so hideous, and so cannibalistic about this panel of calm, well-spoken women discussing how to deal with the piles and piles of irretrievably shredded infants. It’s times like this when I shudder for our society, for our churches, for our communities, for all of us, as we calmly tramp down sidewalks while the sewers beneath us run crimson with the blood and body fluid of our silent, murdered offspring. Little girls and little boys should bring about questions like pink or blue? Not crematorium or freezer?”
This seems like the perfect follow-up to the above article…
Comforting Those Caught in the Crossfire of the Abortion Debate-Sue Liljenberg
“When we talk about abortion in public, what is our default attitude—grief or condemnation? Do our billboards, bumper stickers, and social media posts wound or heal? Brothers and sisters, let’s reach out to post-abortive men and women. Let’s tell them they’re loved, and that Jesus makes all things new. While there is a much-needed effort to rescue the unborn, may we apply the same effort to reaching the wounded and the ashamed.”
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