Laudable Linkage and Videos

Here are a few interesting reads from the last couple of weeks:

When Your Faith Community Fails You.

When You’re Spiritually Numb.

The Word-less “Church”.

7 Ways to Do a Bad Word Study.

How It Felt Watching Season 3 of “Downton Abbey” as told by “Downton Abbey”. If you watch the show and have seen all of the third season, this is hilarious. I have mixed emotions about DA — have thought about doing a post on it some time.

Canyon Jump Not Exactly a Lover’s Leap. This guy may never get another date. Deservedly.

And a few about writing:

Encouragement For Writers. “I am not called to write. I am called to intimacy with Him. It is about letting your dreams die and being willing to live out His dreams for you.”

My Secrets: How I Became a Prolific Writer and Learned to Get Beyond School Essays.

Some writing opportunities, HT to Kindred Heart Writers.

This is a cute short video of a father dancing in front of his babies, and the babies mimic him and stop when he does. If that link doesn’t work, the same video is here, but someone added music on top of it that takes away from it, in my opinion. It’s funnier when it’s just the dad singing.

This is touching. And I love the tiara on her helmet.🙂

Craig Courtney is one of my favorite modern composers and arrangers. This is a video of snippets taken from a longer concert, and I enjoyed hearing him discuss aspects of some of his works.

3 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage and Videos

  1. I actually Netflixed the first season of DA, and it sat here on the counter for a week before getting sent back unwatched. I just don’t watch t.v. anymore… I did try watching the first episode once before and didn’t get all the way through it, but I’d thought I might give it another chance since there’s so much chatter about it in the blogosphere. Just not the time, I guess.

  2. Oh, I have tears in my eyes after watching the love video. A bike-chair, how creative! This gentleman understood his vow of “in sickness and in health…”

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