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The Secret Lives of Christian Pill AddictsDeborah Beddoe

Fascinating story of how medication addiction is a problem among believers.

Four Steps Forward for the Very Sick ChurchThom Rainer

Thom Rainer's advice may save your church.

Sydney Opera House [infographic]Daily Infographic

OK, so I know I am going to Australia in a couple of weeks, but this is interesting anyway. My favorite part of the tour I took last time was the fact that the tour guide pointed out (multiple times) that the government just had to not worry about the money because the vision was so great. (Note the cost in the infographic, but don't forget the Boston Big Dig.)

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