Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Best Posts of 2007

I decided to bite off of my fellow bloggers and do a recap of my favorite posts from each month in 2007. So, in honor of the new year, here are my personal favorites of 2007.

April: Blessed Are The Peacemakers, For They Shall Be Called...Liberal Hippies?

May: Abracadabra, Hocus Pocus, Jesus! and The Fine Line Between Faith and Denial

June: The Myth of Avoiding The Appearance of Evil and But Are We Really Pro-life?

July: For Anyone Clinging To The Sparks of Hope For Change (This post is on Jim Wallis's God Politics: Why the Right Gets it Wrong and The Left Doesn't Get it: It's one of the best books I've ever read, and should be required reading for any Christian desiring to live out God's Kingdom here on earth, even in the messy political realm.

August: Lying For The 'Truth' (a lesson on how far even Christian organizations will go to rally support for their pet causes....)

Septemeber: Lifehouse Skit and The Real Outcry Against Sodom

October: How My Boy Makes Me Proud

Novemeber: The Upside Down Kingdom (book reveiw of Brian McLaren's The Secret Message of Jesus, excellent book!) and To Emerge Or Not To Emerge?

December: Win The War On Christmas By Losing


jenee said...

"Blessed Are The Peacemakers For They Shall Be Called...Liberal Hippies?"-how funny! I laughed just at the title! I think people confuse biblical language of warfare with actual warfare, but Paul is clear that our war is waged with love, sacrifice, humility, reconciliation, forgiveness, and example, not the weapons of this world: violence, retaliation, retribution, eye for an eye, fear, slander, and division.

I love that logo, I want to google it and find something with that on it...maybe a bumpersticker or bag.

wild flower said...

You're so funny with your Bono crush! Who knew he could be so eloquent on matters of faith? The lifehouse skit was really good, too.

Calamity Jean said...

I haven't had a chance to read your posts but I saw your message on Domestic Felicity and I wanted to come say hello. Your post really said what I think about my role in marriage. I have been married for 7 years without a family and I recently went back to work full time in an office. I look foward to exploring you past posts.

Tia Lynn said...

Thanks for stopping by Kyla, I like to throw a different perspective out there to balance things out. :)

Terry said...

I agree that the War on Christmas post was absolutely wonderful. I think for me, it was without question one of the best articles on this particular issue that I've read anywhere-bar none!