Quote of the Day: 1/25/11 January 25, 2011Posted by orualundone in Attitude, Evangelism, History, Quote of the Day.
Tags: Avignon, Catherine of Sienna, Suzanne Noffke
add a comment
No more indifference, then! No more sleeping in unawareness! No, with bold and blazing heart stretch your sweet loving desires to go and give honor to God and your best efforts to your neighbors, never losing sight of your objective, Christ crucified.
Catherine of Siena
Around the Internet: Links 7/22/10 July 22, 2010Posted by orualundone in Blessings, Evangelism, Pain, Suffering, Transgender Issues.
Tags: blessing, EvangeCube, Mel Gibson, Valley of the Shadow of Death
add a comment
Heart-Wrenching: An incredibly touching essay about responding to suffering and pain when we are in the Valley of the Shadow of Death – and Christ is there with us. From the late Michael Spencer’s blog. (Internet Monk)
Possibly Prophetic: Op-Ed on Mel Gibson’s spectacular public self-destruct as a symptom of the slow but immanent death of the hardcore Christian conservatism that has ruled the culture wars for the past couple decades. (New York Times)
Divisive: Embracing and accepting transgendered people, both within and outside the church. Just because someone’s gender doesn’t fit with our black and white ideas of sex, it doesn’t mean God doesn’t have a place for them (Canyonwalker Connections)