I meant to have this up earlier today, but I broke a lawnmower that I borrowed, and Ann and I spent about an hour fixing it. So, this is a little late.
I don't have an original thought to share. I've got a book review to do of Will the World End in 2012, but I'm not done with it. I'll try and get it next week.
What I do want to do is share a few blog links with you from this week. Most of these blogs are worth reading all the time, although you can miss a day or two. Here you go:
First of all: Emil Turner's blog at ABSC about Cooperative Agreements in SBC North American Missions. I want to share a few blog posts to explain why it's an issue, but that'll be next week.
Second: Kevin DeYoung: Oddly enough, Pastor Kevin hits the nail on the head about nearly everything except when to baptize folks, but we won't hold that against him. He did a series this week about being upset with your church. Here it is: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3.
Third: Thom Rainer: posted a short piece summarizing a research project from Lifeway about how pastors spend their time.
There's been some other interesting news this week, like Mid-America Baptist Seminary's decision to release men from daily necktie wear! This would have been added to the book I'm reviewing, Will the World End in 2012? had it been known in time.
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