Worth a Look 3.20.13
Kindle Deal of the Day: If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt? by Randy Alcorn. $1.99.
Amid our heavy doubts and swirling confusion on this topic, Randy Alcorn points us ultimately toward Jesus as “the only answer bigger than the questions.”
As a writer and an editor, I couldn’t agree more with this post - On Being Edited:
It takes distance and perspective to follow the advice of Stephen King to writers: “Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler’s heart, kill your darlings.”
Speaking of writing, here are Zadie Smith’s Rules for Writing (and Life):
Whether or not you are a writer, I think you’ll find some wisdom here that will help no matter your vocation.
Jenny Funderburke – Every Leader Needs Level-Headedness:
When pressure is high, how do you respond? It is important to remember that those we lead will mimic and multiply our reactions. People look to us to know how to respond. If we freak out, we will encourage chaos.
Switching from Google Reader to Feedly? Here are 5 Feedly Tips for Reading Content from Your Favorite Sites:
I’ve been using Feedly the last few days in response to Google’s decision to shutdown Google Reader. Now that I’ve made the switch, I’m glad Google Reader is going away. The functionality and design of Feedly is far superior.
Here are a few tips that I figured out to help you maximize your experience with Feedly.
Charles Darwin began his journey, according to his testimony, as a Christian. In fact, there was the possibility of him going into ministry before his ride on the Beagle. However, there were some things that changed his mind. No, it was not his “discovery” of evolution that changed him. In fact, it was something else that pushed him into this evolutionary paradigm: meaninglessness. More precisely, meaningless suffering.