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Nuff said: Saving Daylight, the church “stand and greet time,” the iPhone cone, why go to church and more

In this “Nuff said” entry, you’ll learn about the new movie “Saving Daylight,” why people hate the church “stand and greet time,” the iPhone cone, and you’ll hear why you should go to church. Heck, you’ll even get tips on writing. So drop by and read, comment and share.

Nuff said: Fix annoying iOS 8 tidbits, charts!, the world’s largest religion, why working from a coffee shop may not be a good idea

In this collection of tidbits from around the net, learn how to fix annoying iOS 8 tidbits, see some amazing charts, do you know the world’s largest religion?.. and why working from a coffee shop may not be a good idea.

‘Nuff Said: Improving Your “Do,” Things to pray for your kids, 20 things you shouldn’t do if you’re over 20, 30 things you may already be doing that impress others, when a cult repents, too much phone? and Star Trek

This “nuff said” is a random assortment from the web, including: a cult that repents, why you need to quick looking at your phone so much, Star Trek and praying for your kids. Oh, and if you’re over 20, don’t say YOLO. Ever.

Ode to fantasy football

Before fantasy football was done on websites, it was a pencil and paper affair. This epic post recounts the evolvement of the “Sport” and Jeff’s shenanigans along the way to winning a few championships.

Nuff Said: Son of Hamas, Elders as Disciple Makers, Hipster Quitter, Caveats to the #IceBucketChallenge, the new face of the IMB,

Nuff Said is an eclectic collection of articles from the web that grabbed my attention. In this post: Matt Damon, David Platt, Hamas and hipsters. Intrigued?

What’s Your 5%?

Identifying what only YOU can do is an important exercise that will bring freedom to your thought life and focus to your relationships.

Start with why

Simon Sinek says in a TED talk, “People don’t buy what you do but why you do it.” Do you know why you do what you do? Until you identify (and start with that), you won’t have the influence that you may think you do.

Can one be neutral toward Islam?

Is there such a thing as “radical” Islam, or is what we’re seeing “normal” Islam? It’s a matter of interpretation of Islam’s holy writings. In the end, one can’t be faithful to Islam and be neutral toward those who aren’t Muslim. How should we respond in a world of militant new expressions of this religion?

Tozer on the inequality of all people

AW Tozer said, “The idea of equality among all men is totally unrealistic… Equality of opportunity should be granted to all; after that everyone is on his own.” He’s not talking about man’s intrinsic worth but man’s aptitudes.

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