I’ve been away from home (and computers, internet, electricity, and running water) for a few days, so morning blend is a little late; and there aren’t just alot* of links. [I’m also behind on reading and posting comments.] But the links that are here are quality, I assure you:
I am strongly in favor of more Christian interaction between adults and youth — which means less “traditional” youth group functions. This article offers just a couple of good reasons for such.
Basically Skye said not too very long ago that he’d never do Twitter for 10 reasons (you can find a link to those 10 reasons in this article). But he was talked into giving the whole Twitter experience a try. This is his first post in a series showing what happened when he set aside “one month to determine if [he] could engage Twitter in a redemptive way that would not erode [his] soul.” Interesting piece — and check out his initial 10 reasons.
This is a great blog that I just found a couple of weeks ago. The author writes (and draws cartoons) to illustrate his coping mechanism for dealing with regular use these days of the non-existent word “alot.”
You guys know my Auburn Tigers defeated Alabama on Friday afternoon (despite having given them a 24-point head start). And you know that we’re still undefeated. And you probably know that if we beat South Carolina, we will be the SEC Champions AND will go to the National Championship. This is Chad Gibbs’ Facebook take on last week’s game.