Mike Duran takes up a favorite theme at Novel Rocket – the unstated do’s and don’ts of Christian fiction. David Rupert meets the families of the martyred. Tom Good takes his camera for an early morning walk. Matt Appling discovers that we have a new national religion (food). And Seth Haines learns something about video games.
10 Disciplines of a Godly Man – Jason Vana.
What’s Your Leadership Made Of – Steel or Straw? – Margaret Feinberg.
How to Read the Bible and Love It – April Yamasaki.
A question of prayer – Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.
Unsettled: Face to face with families of the martyred – David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers.
Art and Photography
Canyon Pool and Other New Watermedia – Randall David Tipton at Painter’s Progress.
Early in the Morning – Tim Good at Photography by Tiwago.
No Zombies Allowed (in Christian Fiction) – Mike Duran at Novel Rocket.
Glimmers of Possibility – Travis Thrasher at The Journey is Everything.
Broken Flowers – Robbie Pruitt.
What the Beloved Heard – John Blase at The Beautiful Due.
I Thirst – Martha Orlando at Moments and Musings.
Holocaust Poems: Interview with Poet and Filmmaker Jean Kirchheimer (Part 1) – Maureen Doallas at Tweetspeak Poetry.
Sustainability – Paul Willis at Curator Magazine.
On Pimps, Pushers and Five Nights at Freddy’s – Seth Haines.
Sexist Assumptions and the Difficult, Dirty Work of Grace – Tania Runyan at Image Journal.
How Junk Food and Health Food Made a New National Religion – Matt Appling.
Painting: Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, oil on canvas by George Caleb Bingham (1845); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. The painting is part of the exhibition “George Caleb Bingham and the River” currently on display at the St. Louis Art Museum.