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Around the Internet: Links 6/16/10 June 16, 2010

Posted by orualundone in Education, Human rights, Humor, Links, Sacrifice, Social Justice, Women's Rights.
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Heartbreaking: Widespread sex-trafficking during the World Cup. South Africa is one of the worst nations for the trafficking of women and children in sexual slavery (Emerging Women).

Challenging: A call for Christians to be willing to die for Christ, literally and figuratively. Suffering doesn’t seem to be a popular topic these days – good to see someone talking about it (The Resurgence).

Funny But True: On having unrealistic expectations for your church’s technical crew. Who do you think they are? Steve Jobs? (Stuff Christians Like).

Instructive: How to listen to a sermon. Advice from 18th Century preacher George Whitefield (Mars Hill Blog).

I Have No Comment: A giant statue of Jesus in Ohio is struck by lightening and destroyed. All that is left is the internal frame, which now looks very much like a giant spider (CNN Religion Blog).

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