Laudable Linkage

Here are a few good reads seen on the Web this past week:

Touch the dead. I dare you. Thought-provoking post from Lisa about how and why we who are alive spiritually can and should reach out to those who aren’t yet.

What does “unworthily” mean? I used to fear taking communion due to the verse about partaking in an unworthy manner. This is a good article explaining what that means.

Countdown to Easter. Great Bible reading plan for the 21 days leading up to Easter. Though there are less than 21 days now, it’s not too late to jump in on this.

Is Easter Too Violent For Kids? We don’t serve them well by downplaying the truth.

Doing Less Well.

God’s Quiver Full dealing with loss from miscarriage or stillbirth.

The Blogs, the Battles, and the Gospel. Controversial topics are inevitable and even necessary to discuss. Here are some things to consider in discussing them in a God-honoring way.

Quit Looking For Your Soulmate because He/She Isn’t Out There. Great article about unrealistic expectations in relationships.

I Come to Bury Keats, Not To Praise Him, HT to Sherry. Lovely article about truth, beauty, and creating.

These first two videos I saw at girltalk.

Why believe in the Resurrection of Christ?

Why is the cross “a big deal” for Christians, and why do “good” people need to consider it?

And someone shared this in church Wednesday on the question of if God is good, why is there evil in the world. It doesn’t answer all the questions — nothing could in under 2 minutes — but it makes some good points.