This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

Why Might God Wait? What Grief Taught Me About Love

Vaneetha Rendall Risner: “I remember reading the Bible one night when my world was splintering. I had been crying in the dark, wondering how I could go on. The unthinkable had happened, and I couldn’t understand why God hadn’t stopped it. I had been faithful. I loved Jesus and knew he loved me. So why hadn’t he rescued me from my nightmares?”

Faber’s Food for Thought: Bovine Olympics

You might not know anything about cows, but I guarantee you’ll get a laugh out of this piece from my cousin Dwayne. Go on, click it. You won’t regret it.

Does the Uluru Statement from the Heart violate the Constitution?

A referendum is coming here in Australia about setting up a new government institution for First Nations, the Indigenous Voice to Parliament. I’m stilling mulling it over, but I’m becoming increasingly inclined to a “No.” In this article, a couple of legal eagles make an interesting argument against.

Ivy League Education vs. Middle Eastern Racism

Some people just have to get out more. The world isn’t as simple as the ‘woke’ think.

Porn is Too Easy to Spot On Spotify

NCOSE issued their “Dirty Dozen List” for 2023. Spotify is on it. I didn’t know Spotify was implicated in this. I sent Spotify a message of my dismay and with this link, you can too. BTW, you can find the full Dirty Dozen list here.

LGBT victory: Peer pressure to avoid ‘heteronormativity’ is out of control

“About 1 in 4 high school students identifies as LGBTQ.” Though I don’t think the percentage is anywhere as high among teens from Reformed homes, it’s certainly not zero and it’s certainly gone up. But why? Jonathon Van Maren explains.


What’s Wrong With Hillsong?

It’s one of Australia’s best-known exports. But is the message they’re sending out faithful to Scripture?