Friday means time for the Weekly Scoop. Here are a few links for some great reading over the weekend.
It has been almost 13 years since the twin towers fell. Here is the story of One World Trade Center: http://time.com/world-trade-center/
Here is a great video on being raised without all the “stuff” that this generation has: Were you born in the 60’s, 70’s or 80’s?
As the father to a little girl, so many of these hit home: Things little girls wish their daddies knew.
Want to start journaling? Here are a few reasons you should as well as how to start: Journaling 101.
I do not always read Matt Walsh’s blog, but when I do, I am typically not disappointed. Here is a response to a feminist.
Did science just make a discovery that points to God? It appears that way. But even if science discovered something that claimed there was no God, would it affect your faith? Does this big bang breakthrough give evidence for God?
One of the most important questions in the world is “Who is Jesus” because how you answer the question determines everything about your life. Here, Bono gives his answer to the question.
For pastors, church leaders, volunteers and even regular church attenders, here is a great link on how to make visitors feel welcome. 7 ways to connect with visitors.
Lastly, this video by David Platt is challenging because it comes around the question of what if we truly were as enthusiastic about Jesus as we were about some of the other things in our lives? This parable hits home.
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