Hope In Love

Reads of the week – 2010 – 11

Posted on: March 27, 2010

blogs of the week:

Impromptu church (In Recovery – Sean Tucker – @seantuck)

Tote bags gone bad (Incoherence – Dave Smith – ?) (really dig the last little thought.)

One word at a time blog carnival: faithfulness (One word at a time – Bridget Chumbley – @bridgetchumbley)

Lesser prayers (Hey Look A Chicken – Katdish – @katdish)

Being me and being you (Hey Look A Chicken – Katdish – @katdish)

There’s something about that expression (Displaying the inner monologue – Sharne Finn – @sharnefinn) (because i can so relate!)

quotes of the week:

No longer can we afford to stand on the cliffs high above the cultural mudslide, chastising people for not climbing out of the mess to come up to the higher ground. No longer can we feel content throwing our heroic lifelines of propositions to save…
No, it is time for Christian leaders, tethered to the lifeline of God’s Spirit and the community of faith, to gather up courage and plunge into the swirling mess of the cultural flow. Just as Paul said he did in Corinth, we too must “try to find common ground with everyone so that [we] might bring them to Christ.” We must emulate the God who dove right into the sewer of life himself in the body of Jesus. And we must reawaken his dream — God’s dream of swimming this rescue mission on earth through a new Body — the Body of his church — Christ’s Body re-presented. ~ John Burke (No Perfect People Allowed) (via @katdish)

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