-Been fascinated of late by the new documentary, Act Of Killing. There are tons of blog posts about the premise, . Sounds like a bold, but depressing, film. but here’s the director giving the background
-The Steven Furtick controversy was here and gone (like most of us expected,) but I think this
. article highlights on some of the more nuanced issues involving transparency among Christian leaders
-I promise I’m not harping on megachurches (at least, intentionally,)
. but this may be a thing
-I’m impressed by what Joel Klampert and Ember Church did for
. Thanksgiving outreach
-How observant are you? Colgate thinks
. NOT SO MUCH
It was a slow read, but I’m glad I did it. Impressed with how much research went into the book. (It could easily be an espionage film if you focused on one or two of the principal players instead of the whole “team.” Double Cross.
-RELATED: Now that I’m done with that, I’ve got two “church” books to read.
and One for our staff reading list . Have a feeling they’re going to move a bit slower than the spy book. one for myself
-I may hijack a few upcoming Bookmark posts for just plain ol’ blogging.
Or maybe something more…
-This post from . Good reminders! Musicademy about what a congregation needs to hear in worship
-I’m all about the BINGEWATCH.
Pretty manageable, I’d say! Here’s a list of shows that can be binged in 9 hours.
. PLEASE LET THIS BE REAL. Please let this be real
-Just added a funny, interesting podcast called
James Bonding. In their first episode, they referenced this video revealing the . man responsible for Bond using the Walther PPK
-I’m almost finished with
. It’s a massive story and starts a little slow, but it’s a great book. Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies
-Not only is this a sweet article, but it reinforces
in any artistic endeavor. how important color can be
. True – but gross – ways to wish someone a happy birthday
*Since I love Batman, I’ve decided to have at least one Batman-themed link in each post. I think I can do it.
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-I love viral marketing. The new is too cool. X-Men ad campaign
-I’m nowhere near nerd status when it comes to comics,
. but I did think this was amazing
-I like Bill Gates, for lots of reasons.
. (Little bit o’ language.) Here he is, jumping over a chair
-Wow. This is some
. Love this site and its perspectives. deep thinking about juice cleanses
-I normally dislike those “dance cam” videos from sporting events (because they’re fake,) but this one seems legit. This kid…this happy little kid.
! I wanna’ live my life like this
(apparently.) How many did you know already? 10 graphic design terms everyone should know
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-The new looks good, y’all. 30 for 30
-This is in now way a “new” thing, but I’m getting fed up with folks who write blogs as responses to specific people. Like
and this . I’m especially frustrated when the blogger is a Christ follower. The Bible seems pretty clear on what to do when there’s an issue you and someone. this
-I was saddened to hear that Nerdist host Chris Hardwick lost his dad suddenly this past weekend.
His tribute at the end of was honest, brief and sincere. Loved it. Talking Dead
-Over seven years old and this
. video still makes me laugh
and remembered how much I liked it back in the day. But I didn’t remember that there’s a make-out scene in a Christian band’s video. Maybe there was more controversy about it back then, but I don’t remember. video by P.O.D. last night
. this book
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