May 26, 2020
Good Links for the Week of May 25, 2020

Kathryn Freeman prays for justice: “There is a truism of being a black woman in America: You always can count on other black women to raise your head, to wipe your tears, to fight for you. It is part of the reason black mothers are celebrated so much in our culture, because a black mother […]

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May 11, 2020
Good Links for the Week of May 11, 2020

Esau McCaulley writes about jogging while black: “The tragedy is not simply what his death reveals about how black life is valued here. The tragedy is not only the freshly invigorated fear that black men and women will feel as they jog the streets and trails of America. The tragedy is that his black life […]

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May 5, 2020
Good Links for the Week of May 4, 2020

Wendy Alsup shares a taste of her new book: “Who walks with us in these dark days? Who holds the arms up of the nurse at the end of her ability to cope? Who sits with us in our quiet home offices? Who holds our hand as we sit on the sofa stunned at announcements […]

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April 28, 2020
Good Links for April 27, 2020

Kathryn Freeman observes the human need for good news: “The show has celebrated achievements great and small, from the teenager coming home after finishing chemotherapy to receive cheers from her friends and neighbors to the dad whose kids were celebrating his trick shot off the roof of their two-story home. On SGN, Krasinski celebrates each […]

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April 6, 2020
Good Links for April 6, 2020

This week’s links are meant to be both a bit of a diversion, and an encouragement. We’re staying away from politics and focusing on prayer, good books, some fun apocalyptic movies, pictures from around the world, and Lenten devotional. Our prayer is that you will find this week leading up to Easter, however difficult, to […]

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March 31, 2020
Good Links for March 30, 2020

Dorothy Greco sees the bright side: “No choice that we make is ever neutral. Every alliance we forge, everything we choose to love moves us closer to or further away from the one true God. Meanwhile, our enemy endlessly schemes and plots how to separate us from God and from each other (see Adam and Eve […]

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March 23, 2020
Good Links for March 23, 2020

Jenny Lind Schmitt goes to Europe and then tries to come back to America: “We threw our bags in the rental car and headed to Zurich, where there were more options. I got on the phone again, and an agent put us on a flight from Zurich the next morning. By the time we stopped […]

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March 9, 2020
Good Links for March 9, 2020

Advice to Writers interviews Rebecca McLaughlin: “My Ph.D supervisor would urge, ‘Don’t get it right, get it written. I’ve pinned this to my psyche ever since. If you hone each sentence to perfection, you’ll write one paragraph. If you write like you’re running out of time, you’ll write five pages, and many of your lines […]

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March 2, 2020
Good Links for March 2, 2020

Kristie Anyabwile talks about prayer: “Yet there is a single story that should guide us as Christians. That single story is the story of God’s redemption of humanity through His Son. Within this single story, there are a myriad of ways in which this story has unfolded over time. The Lord has used a countless […]

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