The best or worst or slightly interesting of the web over the last week (from my humble perspective)
- Christmas is a hard time for many, many people. It brings back the hurts and losses that are magnified at a time usually characterized by joy. I recently found two posts that help with this issue. (First, Second).
- The principle of sabbath rest is not a legal requirement of believers today… but it is still a very, very good idea. How should sabbath apply to your children? Here’s a good article on the subject.
- A great podcast episode on “keeping the cross at the center of Christmas”
- Please continue to pray for my new internet friends, Desire and Matt Miller as they walk through the struggle of bringing into the world their unborn son, Caleb – who has been diagnosed with severe heart defects. May God be glorified.
- Speaking of unborn children… the news is full of the “Royal Baby” expected in the UK. But have you noticed (I hadn’t) that nobody is referring to it as “the Royal fetus?” There is an assumption being made that it is a baby, a human, even though unborn. INTERESTING.
- And since it’s that “fateful” day so many have been worried about, I thought the following image was appropriate for posting! Pass it, pin it, post it by the water cooler at work!