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Wednesday Link List: The Bridge, Beauty Salon Churches, and Binding Satan

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Wednesday Link List: The Bridge, Beauty Salon Churches, and Binding Satan

Summertime and the linkin' is easy...

  • The major story this week was that the Church of England voted to end centuries of discrimination and will now consecrate women as bishops.
  • Beyond the Titus and Timothy texts, there are other qualities that make for a great elder.
  • Story of the Week: She spent her whole life within a few yards of her parents, growing up aboard a YWAM ship. And then she left for college.
  • Over the years, many articles have been written on how to be the Christian wife of an unbelieving husband; but I've never seen it done as a catechism.
  • As you leave to "do church" each week, your residential neighbors probably stay home. That's the subject of both a music album and a series of documentary videos. Check out The Desert Blooms Project.
  • Churches and pastors wanting to share compassion in the middle of the border crisis have been told they aren't welcome. (More at this story, also.)
  • Analogy Avenue: Do we want to attract spiritual seekers, or are we looking for people to join the family? Lessons from the discomfort zone. (Complete with belly dancing!)
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