A few links today

When Rubbish is Romantic!  What Brian should have said when he got home:  “Kiss me, dear, I’ve been playing in the rubbish.” 🙂 A fun story.

Amateur Ornithologists with a Christian Worldview — This is a neat site.  I stumbled on it when we both wanted Wordpress to fix something.

Sound Theology from Peanuts.  Fun, but with a great point. 

The Internet will be fine without you.  David Hosaflook says so, and he’s usually right.  Also fun, but with a great point.

Dan Burrell has a great idea for helping Cuban pastors.  Even if you can’t reasonably help him out, I hope you’ll click through so you can keep this one in prayer.  This could help pastors far beyond Cuba.  UPDATE:  Current status.

I’ll try to return to more substantive posting soon.

About Jon Gleason

Former Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes
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4 Responses to A few links today

  1. I want to thank you for linking to my blog. I am honored. I enjoyed looking through the other links. I am glad you shared them.

    • Jon Gleason says:

      It’s a nice blog, I like the idea.

      I also like the saying on the sidebar. “If you do not walk with the Lord, you will fall with the world.” It reminds me of something a man wrote on a whiteboard in our church the Sunday before he went home to be with the Lord: “It’s impossible to lose your footing when you are on your knees.”

  2. Jon, I like the birding website. Thanks for linking to it. Our eight year old has rather turned our family into birders these days. One of the blessings to be in San Antonio (since this last year and a half) has been an excellent young birders club. And I’ve enjoyed reading what you have to say here. It’s about time you started blogging!

    • Jon Gleason says:

      Hi, Michelle! I didn’t know you were blogging.

      I’ve been writing on Bibliology and inspiration recently. It’s right up your brother’s line of thinking, in a lot of ways.

      Give my greetings to Lee. Are you in San Antonio for long, or do they move Lee around a lot?

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