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Let Advent Break Your Heart; Politics on Facebook; Messy Kids Learn More |
Morning Roundup 12/10/13
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Let Advent Break Your HeartLiuan Huska

As I mentioned on Sunday, I had the privilege of preaching the first Sunday or Advent while in Australia. My church generally does not follow the advent (or liturgical) calendar, but I appreciate the beauty that is there. Here's an article that points to that reality.

Stop Getting in Mean Political Fights on FacebookBrandon W. Peach

It seems basic, but here's hope for being nice on Facebook when discussing politics. I wrote a related article a while back.

Messy Kids Learn MoreEleanor Barkhorn

Proof that my kids are geniuses.

In this clip of The Exchange from my trip to South Africa a few months ago, I discuss the impact of Nelson Mandela's life with a couple of my friends from South Africa, PJ Smyth and NK. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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Related Topics:Advent; Education; Politics
Posted:December 10, 2013 at 7:00 am

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