Here and There, Week 33
|This model of the F35 Lightning II is one of the coolest things currently in Edinburgh.|
I've tried to avoid reading and passing on a running commentary on President Trump but his behaviour this week caused Jake Meador to write a notable rebuke to the Christian leaders who continue to support him. Simon Jenkins has sage advice about sneering at him.
How ethical are your clothes? Savannah DiMarco gives a passionate argument for Christians to care about the answer to that question, and links to Project Just which gives guidance on how to shop with more care for others.
Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on having been paralysed for 50 years: a story of faithfulness in its many forms.
We loved watching the World Athletics Championships; Tom Jenkins and Jim Powell's picture essay captures many of the highlights.
Athletes get up early to train, why do Christian struggle to get up to meet with the Creator of the Universe? Greg Morse gives a needed provocation.