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In which I link you up (vol. 33)

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Communion, Church Sabbaticals, and Tremulous Steps by Leigh Kramer

Hope for Spicy Families by Jen Hatmaker

9 Questions about Syria You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask at The Washington Post

Video from Syria: Father Finds His Son After Believing He Was Dead at UpWorthy

Subordination in the Trinity? by Zack Hunt

In Her Own Words: Sarah Horn Sings with Kristin Chenoweth at the Hollywood Bowl

People of Colour Blog, Too – 25 Christian Blogs You Should Be Reading by Christena Cleaveland

25 LGBTQ Christian Blogs by Runaway Writes

Kicking the Outrage Habit in the Blogosphere by Rachel Marie Stone

Good News for Girls  at SheLoves Magazine

I’m Listening by Alyssa Bacon-Liu

A Midwife in Heaven by Hilary Sherratt

The Women Who Sang Out for Civil Rights by Enuma Okoro for Her.meneutics, Christianity Today’s Blog for Women

In the Church But Not Of It by Alise Wright

Don’t Ask What I’m Writing by Mark Slouka for The New York Times

National Flags Created From the Foods Each Country is Commonly Associated With at Visual News

Doctor Who: 9 Dropped Plots We’ll Never Get Answers To (and 1 We Will) by What Culture

If you catch one show this weekend, make it Call the Midwife at Think Progress

Here’s what 25 of your favourite childhood toys look like now at Buzzfeed

Very Good Advice at Slate.com

my own most-read post

The grace of a good love (a guest post at Rachel Held Evans’ place) ::  In the same way that the longer I know and love our Jesus, then the less I want to write or pontificate about Being a Good Christian, it seems that the longer I’m married, the less I want to write or pontificate about Having A Good Marriage. Now I just want to read dog-eared poetry books and cook his meals, argue with him about theology and then kiss him on the kitchen floor.

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Welcome with open arms fellow believers who don’t see things the way you do. And don’t jump all over them every time they do or say something you don’t agree with – even when it seems that they are strong on opinions but weak int he faith department. Remember, they have their own history to deal with. Treat them gently.  – Apostle Paul (Romans 14:1, MSG)

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