As you might expect by now, I’ve been doing a little reading this week. In fact, here are my favorite pieces, posts, and links:
- My friend Matt Chambers considers the First Church of Public Opinion.
- WorshipHouse wants to give you 25% off until Sunday.
- Glenn Packiam offers five reasons to create a better liturgy.
- NPR says Mumford & Sons preaches to the masses.
- Curtis Honeycutt prepares Stuff Christians Like readers for Catalyst.
- In a pitch meeting, Blaine Hogan prefers showing to telling.
- GOOD asks, “Do you prioritize like Eisenhower?”
- Skye Jethani tackles a controversial topic: Gay Rights & Religious Liberty.
- Joshua Blankenship expounds on wayfinding systems.
- Here’s a look at why Mako Fujimura traded New York City for a barn in the country.
- Brian Bailey finds the smallest way forward. (via John Chandler)
That’s all I’ve got, kids. What about you? Did you come across something worth sharing this week? If so, please do!
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.