I know it's the day after Thanksgiving and there's still a lot to do. Some of you have perhaps already emptied out the mall, catching the best in Black Friday deals. Some of you still have to wash yesterday's dishes. And some of you have big plans to spend the day napping on the couch. Whatever your agenda calls for today, take some time out to enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- The EU has banned producers of bottled water from making the claim that water prevents dehydration. EU officials have apparently completed a 3-year study and concluded that we can no longer definitively claim that water prevents dehydration. I don't even know how to respond to this.
- "Don't ever allow anyone to stand in the pulpit who isn't committed to leading the congregation through a deep, penetrating study of God's Word."
- It makes me sad that my generation considers this a Christmas song.
- Clint Archer of the Cripplegate urges husbands to "man-up" when it comes to leading family devotionals.
- Chicago continues to allow a nativity scene to be placed in Daley Plaza. It would be easier to be happy about this if the scene wasn't constructed by a group of volunteers calling themselves the "God Squad."
- Well, this is one way to scare off fellow Black Friday bargain hunters.
- Ed Young, Jr. has issued a new money-back guarantee tithing challenge for his church. I hope you're not surprised. *Sigh* Too bad this video appeared a few days too late for this post.
- Not our own righteousness: