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I link therefore I am (21.07.2010)

Brian Croft has another helpful post on the most harmful consequences when a single man struggles with pornography Tim Chester posts another great quote from Bonhoeffer on giving and receiving a rebuke Mint asks what’s wrong with renewable energy? Kevin DeYoung completes his look at

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I link therefore I am (20.07.2010)

I don’t have a SatNav but if I did, I would want one with this voice. Cracked me up. America may be the land of opportunity but opportunity is not equally spread as this Mint graphic shows Mark Heath has been looking at the book

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I link therefore I am (19.07.2010)

National debt is a odd thing to get your head around, but this graphic shows you who owns US National debt while this bewildering set of counters shows you how fast it changes The electric motorbike is getting more affordable and practical. Like it. You

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I link therefore I am (16.07.2010)

Yesterday I heard about a young girl (Annie) aged 19 serving Christ who was killed in a car crash. Just unbelievably difficult. In this post David Murray asks ‘why do believers have to die?’ Another good guest post on Tim Challies blog, this time from

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I link therefore I am (15.07.2010)

Sean Green links to a good article on training your children to manage money Steve Froud has a good post on raising children, caught my eye because he opened with a quote from Bonhoeffer Ed Stetzer guest blogs for Tim Challies with this on the

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I link therefore I am (14.07.2010)

Sometimes it’s just too easy to complain about things we don’t need to complain about. Read this and have your heart softened Brian Croft helpfully answers the question, ‘what are the most harmful consequences when a “married man” struggles with pornography?’ Last week I was at

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I link therefore I am (13.07.2010)

Tim Chester posts some more great quotes from Bonhoeffer on community. This time about listening Marcus asks ‘how is your worship life? Do you currently have the space, capacity and leisure to enjoy God?’ It’s a convicting question Over at Breathe, Mark asks ‘how well

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I link therefore I am (12.07.2010)

If you’ve ever wondered how conservative Christians (especially in the US) approach the issue of global warming, this post should provide the answers. Some questions and a 45 minute video explaining the view. If anyone has the time to watch it and post a response,