Weekend A La Carte (10/8)
Small World Photomicography - “The Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition lets us see beyond the capabilities of our unaided eyes. Almost 2000 entries from 70 countries vied for recognition in the 37th annual contest, which celebrates photography through a microscope.”
Humble Pie - James MacDonald writes more about The Elephant Room. I’m glad to see that Mark Dever has taken himself off the roster of speakers.
Epic Tech Fails - How many of these do you remember?
Mohler on Driscoll - David Murray posts an interesting excerpt from a Q&A with Al Mohler. “Mohler was asked a question that concerns many pastors: ‘I work with college students...and one of the big influences on their lives right now is Mark Driscoll. What do you think the effects of sitting under Driscoll on Youtube or on his website, and what kind of things do I need to be prepared for ministering to college students listening to his teaching?’”
A Sample Prayer Plan - Worth reading: “I drafted a sample prayer plan some time ago to add structure to my own personal worship times. I'd like to share it with you, dear Cripplegate readers, not as something to be rigidly followed, but as a suggestion to help get you into--or back into--a thriving, regular, consistent time of worship and communion with God in prayer.”
Bloodlines - “Pastor John’s newest book, Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and the Christian, is now available. Earlier this year Crossway traveled with Pastor John to his hometown of Greenville, SC to revisit the world in which he grew up. This 18-minute documentary takes us through his experience of racism in the 1960’s American South.”
Sex involves the entire life and personality, and to misuse sex is to abuse oneself as well as one’s partner. —Harold P. Wells