Saturday, October 1, 2011

Saturday Good Reads

Lots of good stuff this week, and lots of good videos: more than 2,000 voice from around the world join in a virtual choir; a tribe in Indonesia receives the new Testament in its own language for the first time; and Rosh Hashanah like you’ve never seen it.


Homelessness is next to godliness” by Matt Appling at The Church of No People.

Toward the Rising” by Jeanne Damoff at The View From Here.

Seeking the Plan” by Jason Vana.

Show us what we can’t see” by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.

On reputations” and “Love Handles” by Jake Lee at Very Much Later.

Spinning and tumbling” by Duane Scott.

The four-day layover” by Andy Whitman for The Image Journal.

Dangerously capable” by Scott Couchenour at Serving Strong.

Perpetual Consumerism” by Ryan Tate at Compelling Parade.

I can hardly wait for tomorrow” by David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers.

The Flames of Obedience” by Matthew Kreider at Looking for the Good.

The Gospel by Text Message” by Mason Slater at New Ways Forward.

Mythbusters: Home Edition” by Kathy Richards at Katdish.


It is a season” by B.K. McKenzie at signed…BKM.

Edge of Nature” by M.J.Duggan.

Andrew Marvell” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.

What Hunger Waits in Silence, Bidding” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Paintings and Photographs

Nepal: The Honey Hunt of the Tiger-Men” by Eric Tourneret at The Bee Photographer (Hat tip – Mark Roberts at The High Calling).

Cliff Study 2” by Randall David Tipton at Painter’s Process.

iPhone Flickr Set,” “A Wet Fall Day” and “Prairie Landscapes” by Tim Good At Photography by Tiwago.

Down the Road” by Susan Etole at Just…A Moment.

In Search of the Exotic” by J of India at Neither Use Nor Ornament.


The Curse by John Donne” read by Tom O’Bedlam at Spoken Verse.

Last Night as I Lay on My Pillow” by Greg Sullivan at Sippican Cottage.

Receiving the New Testament in Their Own Language for the First Time” via Justin Taylor at Gospel Coalition.

Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 2.O: Sleep,” with 2,051 voices from around the world.

Rosh Hashanah’s in the House Tonight” via American Digest.

Photograph: New Zealand Prison Plate by Nancy Rosback. Used with permission.


Amy Sullivan said...

Thanks, Glynn.

I love posts like this. It lets me explore new places and find new voices without working too hard.

Have a great weekend.

Maureen said...

Thank you for including me, Glynn. It's raining today, so I should be able to find some time to check out some of the video treats.

Have a lovely weekend.

Michelle DeRusha@Graceful said...

Thanks for including me, Glynn. Unfortunately I hit publish on that post before it was supposed to go live, so I ended up taking it down. {it will run again later!} So you may want to take me off this list, since the link doesn't go anywhere -- I'm sorry for the inconvenience!!

katdish said...

Thanks for the mention, again and thank you for taking the time to gather up these great places to visit every week.

I'm completely blown away by the Honey Hunt pictures. Holy Moley!

Jeanne Damoff said...

I always feel honored when you include me in your good reads post, Glynn. And thank you again for this gathering of the goods! So much to enjoy.

Like Katdish, I'm in awe of the bee photographer's work. Wow. As mind blowing as the pictures are, and as fascinating as the story they tell, I kept wondering how the photographer managed to capture them. I'd love to see pictures of him taking the pictures!

Anonymous said...

Love the videos! Sharing them with my kids. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

show us what we can't see
it is the season
of spinning and tumbling
toward the rising
the flames of obedience
seeking the plan
on a four day layover
i can hardly wait for tomorrow

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Glynn. Thanks.