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Linkathon 8/11

HT: Mockingbird

From Dustin Neeley‘s blog and YouTube channel.

A UCC pastor on pastoral burnout. (HT: Darryl Dash)

Ray Ortlund to Justin Taylor: “Healthy churches feed on the doctrine of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone apart from all our works. That good news is what healthy churches bite and devour and consume continually.

Four views on Proposition 8:

Why Jared Wilson is against the awesomeness-driven church.

Lee Grady: say goodbye to the untouchable preachers.

Bill Streger on the gospel and work.

John Starke on the future of mainline churches.

Incredible Depression- and WW II-era pictures in color. (HT: Boing Boing)

Matt Appling on Christians of a dying breed.

Damaris Zehner on the myth of autonomy.

Joe Thorn on idle conversation.

TonyP on small towns and small churches.

Chris Brogan on online church.

A Mars Hill member on what it’s like to be the “Christian guy” on the job.

David Fitch begins a series examining Jim Belcher’s Deep Church. (HT: BHT)

Datenight tips from Mark Driscoll.

I interviewed Ryan Couch.

  1. Em
    August 11, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Brian, i went to sleep last night pondering the link to those pictures of the Depression and WWII – quite a ponder – those young families so close to starvation that they could see its face… but they loved this country enough to go off and die to keep it… we resent the manipulative, greedy leadership who carry out “their” plans at our expense. Perhaps we underestimate the importance of praying for those people…
    Our soldiers have sworn to defend a country, a republic, that our leadership doesn’t.

  2. TonyP.
    August 11, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    Excellent post by Grady.

    Another great Linkathon.

    And thanks for the love 😀 .

  3. TonyP.
    August 11, 2010 at 12:29 pm



  1. August 11, 2010 at 1:59 am

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