It’s halfway through the month of September. Fall is coming, but you can’t tell in Oregon because it’s still 90° here! At least we’ve got Duck football (and Beaver football for my daughter). Anyway, here’s the best of the week …
Best Schadenfreude. “Breaking Madden: Tony Romo’s Week in Quarterback Hell” by Jon Bois at SB Nation.
Best Dad Post. “Dear Kids … A Letter About Ray Rice” by Carl Wilke at Big Cheese Dad.
Best Guest Post “The Other Lie” by Lisa Sharon Harper at Rachel Held Evans’ blog.
Best Advice. “Singled Out: How Churches Can Embrace Unmarried Adults” by Cristena Cleveland.
Best List. “7 Toys That Are Not Played With as the Designer Intended” by Darrel Milton at Modern Father Online.
Best Commentary. “Solidarity is Our Word: My Humanity is Bound up in Yours” by Meghan Clark at National Catholic Reporter.
Best Profile. “Acosia Red Elk: Young Swan Rising From the Water” by John Mounts at 1859.
Best Reflection. “Our Selves Drift Away” by Ryan Dueck at Christian Century.
Most Evocative Title. “Dodging Farts on Mount Vesuvius” by Jason Greene at One Good Dad.
Best Hagiography. “The Real Francis: How One Saint’s Ancient Insights are Transforming Today’s Church” at America.
Best Micro-Post. “What Your Selfie Really Says About You” by Tamara Lunardo at A Deeper Story.
Best Path to Recovery. “So … you left an abusive church? 5 Tips to Start Healing NOW” by Elizabeth Esther.
Most Honest. “The 3 Toddler Words I Need to Stop Saying. Like, Right Now.” by Chris Routly at Daddy Doctrines.
Best Special Needs Post. “What it Means to be Independent” by Laurie Wallin at Support for Special Needs.
Best Article. “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill Church” by Craig Welch at Seattle Times.
Best Interview. “Dispatch from Zambia: An Interview with Claire Albrecht of Kasama Micro Grants” by
Best Video. “Cute Character Blog” by Glove and Boots (via YouTube).
And I don’t like piña coladas either.