Lots of great stuff from around the web today. Enjoy!
1. Rachel Held Evans and her husband, Dan
Ever wonder what love looks like? Read this post and tell me you don’t just want to cheer. (Although if you want to read something that is as disturbing as the original post is wonderful, try this from the comments on the post.)
2. Mal Green’s first post on Red Letter Christians
It saddens me that this post didn’t get more loving responses. I think he’s hit the nail on the head. Many thanks to Mal for standing up and speaking his mind, despite such negative feedback. And props to RLC for publishing it, despite the negative feedback.
3. Dianna Anderson on douchebags
Dianna is one of my favorite writers. She doesn’t just say, “This is wrong.” She urges real change. This time out is no exception. She reminds us all to
stand up and say, “Hey . . . That was kind of douchey.”
4. Reading: Healing for the soul
Sarah Bessey is running a synchroblog on what is saving us right now. In response, Caris Adel has written a piece that echoes what I often feel, that reading saves us from the chaos of everyday life. Not only is she absolutely right, but I now have another book to add to my ever-expanding “to read” list.
I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!