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Wednesdays on the Web (01/02)

Recovering Godly Speech in an Age of Profanity

It no longer shocks us when vulgar language appears in movies, on stage, or in our workplaces. For the most part, we flippantly approve of it with statements like “well, that’s why it’s rated M”. But the bible has a very different response to this, and our attitude as Christians is to be increasingly countercultural.

Performing a “Time Audit” of Your Life

Time is the resource that governs all others. J. D. Greear provides this thought-provoking (even if you don’t actually DO it) perspective to help us all be more self-aware of where our time is actually going, and how the quality of everything else can be positively – or negatively – impacted by how we manage it.

Australia Day as a Christian

Australia’s history is messy. Ugly. This is true, as far as I know, of every human nation. We’re not unique in this; nor are we really unique in wanting to live in blissful ignorance, or comfortable denial, or to not be held responsible for the ugliness of our nation’s past. That this is true of all nations.

Whatever happens with the date, there’s a way that is better by far in terms of bringing real change.
The way of Jesus.

10 Ridiculously Simple Steps for Writing a Book

If you’re a budding author, or you feel you’ve got something worthwhile to contribute to your area of passion, these tips from Jeff Goins will give you a solid start,or if you’re already mid-way through, there are ten bonus tips for staying motivated.

The Trump Inauguration Gigapixel

It’s been a while since I’ve seen one of these remarkable high resolution photos, but they’re just incredible. Oh, and it can be fun to check out the faces of folks in the crowd, too.

Food on Wooden Board Same As Food On Plate

Working in the heart of my city, this made me laugh.

“While the food we tested on wooden boards was generally more difficult to eat and about 30-40% more expensive, we found no difference in the food itself.”

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