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Week in Review: April 22-27

By Mark D. Roberts | Saturday, April 28, 2007

My Blogging

Sunday: Sunday Inspiration from Pray the Gospels, Matthew 4:1-11

Monday: Handel’s Messiah: A Closer Look (cont)

Tuesday: Sainthood, Service, and Suffering: An Introduction

Wednesday: Why You’re Like Saint Truman Burbank

Thursday: A Member of God’s Holy People

Friday: Called to Holiness


The High Calling of Our Daily Work: This website is full of wisdom for Christians who are seeking to live out their faith in their work environment. It features personal stories, Bible studies, interviews with fascinating people, short pieces by business leaders, and lots more. For example, check out this interview with Mark DeMoss.

Mere Mission. Here’s a great interview of N.T. Wright by Tim Stafford, from the Christianity Today website.


No, I haven’t been doing any snorkeling or scuba diving recently. But, yes, I did take this picture of a White Spotted Rose Anemone. It was in one of the many aquariums of Sea World, in San Diego, California. What a stunning bit of God’s creation!

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