Wow, we’re running out of Friday already and this feels like a much slower week than last week which was filled with amazing posts, shares and humouric things…

But there were still some things worth checking out on the internet if you happened to miss them:

MOST INSPIRATIONAL:

The Guy Who Delivers HIV Medicine on His Bicycle – Get to know Sizwe Nsima’s name and read his simple and powerful story

 

ECONOMICALLY CHALLENGING:

I’m Not a Marxist because i Care For The Poor, I’m a Christian – inspiring Huff Post article looking at the pope’s relationship with money, world systems and the church

 

BEST KEPT SECRET:

Giving that Costs: Sneak Mark Driscoll into a blog title and everybody wants to read the latest gossip, but write a piece that is s obviously going to be challenging just by the title name and suddenly nobody is home [pity, cos i thought it was a good piece]

 

MOST MISLEADING:

What Mark Driscoll is up to these days – Which, to be honest, had no direct link to the real Mark Driscoll, but which was an absolutely legitimate piece of email that arrived in my spambox offering me ten million Great British Pounds signed by Pastor Mark Driscoll and was worth the amusement

 

MOST HEARTFELT:

And you did… We invited some close mates and family round to listen and pray with us as we sought a future place to stay and were overwhelmed by the response

 

INSPIRATIONAL TWEETS OF THE WEEK:

Oh, one more thing: “But THEY act like assholes.”— Me

“And?”— Jesus

“WELL REASONS.”— Me

“I’ll be over here writing in the dirt.” — Jesus

[@prestonyancey]

MY BEST HASHTAG OFFERING OF THE WEEK:

Muhammad Owl-e

MY INSTAGRAM MOMENT OF THE WEEK:

WolverIndian

Sometimes when i go to a restaurant, Indian Wolverine just happens to be there as well. #WolverIndian @brettfisha

What about you? What blog posts or articles caught your eye this week? What has been making you think or laugh or be challenged or go, ‘Wo!’? What have you written on your blog that is worth taking a look at?

Leave us a link in the comments for our weekend reading…

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