Links to Make Time ForBy Trillia Newbell | April 2nd, 2013 | Category: Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
By Trillia Newbell
I am an avid reader. The web has made it possible to read thousands of articles a day. But as Sweet Brown would say, “Ain’t nobody got time for that!” So here I introduce to you Links to Make Time For.
I wanted to name it Link Love, already taken. Then I thought of Links I Like, also taken. I thought about simply stealing Tim Challies’ A La Carte but he’s too popular and everyone would know mine was merely a fake. Then I thought instead of coming up with my own list I’d simply call it Trevin’s Seven and repost his.
But at last I settled with Links to Make Time For. These are my personal suggestions and links that I found particularly entertaining, helpful, or encouraging. These are links that I have made time for and I suggest only because I know there is a limited time in the day. This will also eliminate my self-imposed need to tweet every good article I read. I like to share stuff from others on twitter. I figured this might allow me to do so in one space. With that said it will not be an exhaustive list of good links. Because I don’t have time to read everything on the web.
Enjoy this first edition (I have yet to decide how many I’ll be linking but here are five):
When Feelings Trump Truth and Peace if Far Off, by Kristie Anyabwile
I Owe My Home to Edith Schaeffer by Lauren Brooks
A Prayer of Weariness by Randy Alcorn
First-Day Thoughts on Not Being a Pastor Anymore by John Piper
Jesus is on the Wrong Side of History by Trevin Wax