November Links

Here are interesting, thought-provoking, funny, or just weird links for the month of November.  This is the stuff I read and see on the ‘net that I think may be of interest to you.
A missing dog comes back after a year missing in Afghanistan.
Education isn’t always in the classroom.  This is a great intro to a book about a guy with little formal education becoming a big shot at Apple. 
From the “made me weep because it spoke to me” department.  It’s a cliché that’s been repeated but is worth the time it takes to watch.
Successful entrepreneurs largely credit God with their success.  Shocking I know.
This story on Wired fascinated me.  This guy tried to leave his identity behind and start over for the story, and the fascinating thing to me was what it did to him psychologically.
Biblical Stuff:
A great post from iMonk about how to treat broken people.  It breaks my heart that people have this view of the church, but are we working to make it better?
Michael Patton introduces us to biblical textual criticism.  This is a great introduction.
Two essentials to a God-honoring pulpit ministry.
This could be a funny one too, but only if you’re a theology geek.
Just plain funny:
Lego Love.  The geek shall inherit the earth!
Does it get any better than Muppet Bohemian Rhapsody?  How about the original om nom nom?

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