Weekly Scoop


It’s Friday, which means time for the Weekly Scoop. If you have never been here before, the Weekly Scoop is a list of links I have compiled throughout the week I believe would be worth your time. So, without further ado, here are the links for this weeks Weekly Scoop.

Christianity Today sat down with Chris Tomlin where he opened up on different topics from worship to justice and leading people to experience God: Chris Tomlin – On Top of the World.

Timothy Tennent writes about how the movie “Saving Mr. Banks” got him thinking about the Gospel and contextualization. A great article: Saving Mr. Banks and the contextualization of the Gospel.

Has culture reached a “moral gag reflex”: Miley Cyrus and the Moral Gag Reflex.

How we talk about abortion to people can be effective, especially when done in a loving and caring way: I was Pro-Choice 3 months ago.

The Public Service Announcement from New Zealand that changed my driving habits (Caution: This is not for the faint of heart): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvLaTupw-hk
Geoff Surratt shares 3 things the church could learn from the popular TV show Downton Abbey: Lessons from Downton Abbey.
Jeff Strong writes a thought provoking article on mistakes Christian parents make with teenagers: Top Ten Mistakes Christian Parents  of Teens Make.
And one more parenting article: Homeschool Blindspots.
And to end with a little humor: 20 Ridiculously Ironic Pictures.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my Weekly Scoop. If you came across something worth sharing, please share it in the comments, or message me and I can put it in next weeks scoop. Feel free to share this with anyone you believe would benefit from this.

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