This is the space, week in and week out, where I share interesting and helpful links from the past week. The list is long this week, but I recommend you read them all.
- Len Wilson uncovered the “plural problem.”
- Sarah Cunningham announced a great new Christmas project.
- DJ Chuang compiled a list of the most popular church and ministry Facebook pages. (via @cmsucks)
- Glenn Packiam introduced the richness of celebrating Advent.
- Brian Bailey offered a helpful insight into creative leadership.
- Justin Wise discussed church announcements.
- Stephen Brewster reminded us to practice.
- Fast Company’s Co.Exist featured the work of Mark Horvath in serving the homeless through media and technology.
- Darlene Zschech offered inspiring words on visual worship. (via @stephenproctor)
- WorshipHouse kicked off their 12 Days of Christmas freebies.
- Kendall Conner sketched out a multi-sensory Christmas worship service.
- Hurricane Sandy united New York City churches.
- POTSC launched a fundraising campaign for a new small group study called Freeway.
- Mark Aaron Humphrey connected Scripture, worship, and technology.
- Adam Graber examined the effect of technology on preaching.
- And finally, I just loved this piece by Lore Ferguson. She’s good.
So that’s my list for the week. It’s too long, but what can you do? I’ll try to trim it down next week. Until then, thanks for reading Echo Hub.
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.