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Keeping and Remembering Everything - People continue to grapple with what it means that today we have infinite digital storage available to us, so are keeping and remembering everything. Here’s an interesting article on it.
Indelible Grace - Indelible Grace has a great new site to highlight their music, and especially chords and lead sheets and so on.
The Feminine Mystique at 50 - This year marks the 50th anniversary of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique. An article at The Gospel Coalition writes about its long-lasting effects.
Farewell to Mariano Rivera - Reading this I found myself thinking about how odd it is, and how satisfying (for some reason) that we grow so attached to our sports heroes.
Sermon Illustrations - Erik Raymond explains why he uses illustrations in his sermons.
Words are cheap. It is by costly, self-denying Christian practice that we show the reality of our faith. —Jonathan Edwards