Links I like this week

1. If you’re white in America, this is for you: How to discuss racism with your black friends. Ashley Nicole Black gives 6 sets of dos and don’ts that we need to hear and practice.


2.  What’s the goal for your Christian life? Daniel Wallace may make you think twice about your answer.

3. Facebook repeats – Many of the posts I see in my news feed are repeats. Arghh. Now I know I’m not imagining it. What Facebook Doesn’t Show You at the Washington Post.


4. When others are scared, what do you do? Mastin Kipp at The Daily Love says answer that call with more Love.

5. Want to read a classic book together? Tim Challies is about to start another book, John Owen’s The Mortification of Sin (or Overcoming Sin and Temptation), on September 4. Don’t let the title scare you. One chapter a week. Get your copy now and start reading.


6. Robin Williams’ death has affected us all. Read one more view on it by Glennon Doyle Melton at Momastery. It’s important. Because many times people who need help don’t look like people who need help.


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4 thoughts on “Links I like this week

  1. Lynn Severance

    Glennon’s blog entry post Robin Williams’ suicide is the best expression by anyone address the realities of MI – for indeed, she is a member of that “care not to have it “community.

    But what blessed me even more, was her TED talk which is listed in the right hand side bar of her blog post.

    All good – thanks Lisa!

  2. Jennifer Dougan

    Lisa Notes,

    I was feeling the exact same way about my fb feed this week. Argh! Is there a way to change that then?

    Re your comment on my post “The First Time I Ever Prayed THAT Before Vacation,” thank you. It was such a delight to be able to spend time with family out there.

    Your prayers for a smooth transition? Thank you!

    Jennifer Dougan

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