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Links Worth Looking At

Here is this week’s installment. I’m now including approximate reading times to coax you into clicking on the hyperlink. 10 Questions Pro-Choice Candidates Aren’t Asked – Reading Time: 1 minute 40 seconds. If you read one, please read this one. We rarely post anything of a political nature here, but this short blog should be

Links Worth Looking At

Here is this week’s installment. 10 Myths about Premarital Sex – A quick blog post debunking these myths. If you have or are in a position to influence teenagers, college teenagers, or 20 somethings, this is worth a read. Even if they’re 13 or 25. Overly Optimistic Parenting – How assuming your children are Christians

Links Worth Looking At

Here’s a week’s worth of internet reading for you. Enjoy. Getting Past “Fine” in Conversations with Your Kids – 5 practical tips to engage your kids in deeper and more meaningful conversations (which is incredibly important for their spiritual and general maturation). Who Is “Doing God’s Work,” Laypeople or Pastors? – A very concise reminder

Links Worth Looking At

Some noteworthy articles, blogs, etc. from the internet this week: Wasting Time At Work – A sobering infographic of work inefficiency. How TV Influences Us – Insightful observations on this phenomenon through different countries and cultures. Dating Advice for Guys – An excellent blog post. If you’re a single male you absolutely have to read

Links Worth Looking At

Here are some interesting links, articles, and photo galleries from the week. Enjoy. Gallery of Clouds – Yep. Clouds. Seems mundane but I find things like this beautiful, and by that I mean something inside of me rejoices at these images. The Influence of Social Networking – A collection of infographics that explain “The Psychology

Christmas Eve Links

Here are a spattering of links from the web the past few weeks that caught my attention.  Enjoy them, but more importantly, enjoy your Christmas Eve and loved ones. To Santa or Not to Santa – An ongoing discussion amongst Christian parents exists over how we should talk about and celebrate Santa Claus with our

Links of the Week

Here’s another spattering of articles and blogs from the internet this week which I found helpful or thought-provoking. Advice for College Men – If you’re in college or a twentysomething…or a male in general.  Here’s a convicting article regarding what it takes to love a real woman.  Ever Feel Distant from God? – A 7

Links of the Week

In my weekly internet reading, these six links articles impacted me the most.  Maybe they will you too.  Hope you enjoy. Not Living Life as a Gate Agent – Gate agents, you know the airline employees who direct you to your destination and – as Kevin DeYoung points out – often lead you to places

Links of the Week

Vacation is nice. But it’s always amazing how much make-up you have to do the following week. In honor of going on vacation last week, here’s a simple links of the week post for you. Mizzou Football season is upon us (1 and 2) – I found it neat that in one edition of the

Weekend Links

Interesting things found on the internet this week – Breaking News: Divorce Impacts Kids – Specifically math and interpersonal skills. For over a decade now Americans have bemoaned many countries passing us in academic achievement. Maybe we need to point the finger less at our school systems and more at our marriages. Non-Consenting Infant –