How Men and Women Spend Their Day
I followed this one from Tim Challies blog and was mesmerized for several minutes as these little cyan (women) and orange (men) balls moved (and sometimes exploded) from one activity to another. It was no surprise that leisure was always the largest group of balls, until about 10:30 p.m., when sleep captured the schedule.
I do get Ian Paul’s blog Psephizo (which means “to calculate, to reckon”) regularly but I’m usually “too busy” to read it. That is what Ian talks about in this practical blog, leaning on Eugene Peterson. Congratulations, Ian, on being the Premier Digital Awards blogger of the year in 2017 and 2018.
A Sermon Notes Sheet for Children
Have young children in worship with you? Here is a helpful article and Sermon Sheet for Young Children to help your child get the most out of it. Instructions for printing are in the article.
How does one group of people murder another and sleep at night? Answer: they don’t. German soldiers didn’t slaughter humans, Southern whites didn’t lynch humans, and Planned Parenthood isn’t killing humans either. The key concept is not in the verbs, but the object of the verbs–they don’t consider them humans.