Just Sharing the Link Love

The folks over at Fide-o have a post on How To Be A Mature Church Member. Although it may be orthodox and traditional, it seems a little daunting to me. I’m not sure that “healthy churches are made up of spiritually mature church members”. If this is the case, there can’t be, nor should there be, a healthy church on the planet. Worth a look.

Jeff Berg, over at Smart Pastor, has a link to 13 Photographs That Changed the World. I bet you’ve seen them all!

Frank Emanuel, over at Freedom Log, is a fellow-Vineyard pastor in Ottawa. I just like the down-home feel to his blog. He’s also a student, and I like sneak-peaks into his life as a student who is also a family man.

I daily check Matthew Good’s site because he is a fellow Canadian artist, social critic and political pundit of sorts. Warning: there is sometimes some artistic nudity on his site.

The irreverent rascals over at Stupid Church People have posted a creatively hilarious YouTube spoof on Benny Hinn’s slaying ministry that’s worth a peak. Whether you support Hinn’s ministry or not, it’s still funny in my opinion. What I’m trying to say is: if I were Hinn, I wouldn’t take offense at this.

Jo, over at a taste of vinegar, is a theological student and has an interesting diary-type blog. She’s a Canadian-wanna-be too!

I’m a mac addict, but the iphone just doesn’t look like it’s going to cut it… with a battery of life of something like 4 hours. But here’s a funny YouTube commercial you’ll get a kick out of.

By the way, the pic is Chagall’s Love.

About David Hayward

David Hayward runs the blog nakedpastor as a graffiti artist on the walls of religion where he critiques religion… specifically Christianity and the church. He also runs the online community The Lasting Supper where people can help themselves discover, explore and live in spiritual freedom.

  • http://freedompastor.blogspot.com Frank Emanuel

    What the heck was that at fide-o. I took a spin around and realized that it is not the kinda site I would frequent anyway. They had me fuming at the word “trusted”.

    Loved the iPhone commercial. Did they at least make a battery that can be replaced? I refuse to buy an iPod because tightly integrating the battery like that is far from ecologically friendly. And I am a fan of Mac too.

    This might be the first time I’ve been called down-home, must be the Easterner in me coming out. ;-)

  • http://www.homeschoolingnb.com wendy

    Chagall is my favourite!

  • Jo the Canadian wanna be

    Hey, thanks for the publicity!

  • http://www.fide-o.com Scott Hill

    Frank lighten up. I am assuming you meant the word “entrusted” in under the dog collar. Fuming? Really? Exactly what was it that had you fuming?

  • http://freedompastor.blogspot.com Frank Emanuel

    No I meant “trusted” as in point one. Maybe you meant that as a joke but it really isn’t funny. If I lighten up that is akin to endorsing what you are saying which I really am not prepared to do.