What We Read This Week


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Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


Neil Armstrong, First Man to Walk on the Moon, Dies

Former astronaut Neil Armstrong, known for his words, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” has died…Read Full Article

From NPR: The Two-Way


What Can’t You Surrender to God? A Conversation with Jennie Allen

The 35-year-old mother of four writes about fear, insecurity, and the prayer that upended her life…Read Full Article

From Christianity Today: her.meneutics


More and More Baby Boomers Go Vegetarian

More and more baby boomers are turning to a vegetarian diet as a means of slowing aging and staving off the illnesses associated with it…Read Full Article

From Treehugger


Seeking the Still Point

In all the busyness that is my life, I treasure times of silence. Unplugged. Unzapped by other people’s ideas…Read Full Article

From The Pogue Blog


Earthquake Swarm Rocks Southern California: 300 Quakes Hit in a Single Day

It was hardly strong enough for many to feel, but still, buildings trembled, and people’s nerves did, too. Southern California experienced a similar small-scale quaking this weekend — except it happened 300 times in a day…Read Full Article

From Time: News Feed


Ko Wow! Youngest Golfer Ever Wins LPGA Event

Over the weekend, Lexi was moved from that perch by 15-year-old Lydia Ko, who on Sunday won the CN Canadian Women’s Open…Read Full Article

From NPR: The Two-Way


Bullying and the Boy Who Doesn’t Like Sports

We are poised n the start of another school year, and with it comes an increased focus on bullying. From the White House to Hollywood to a school bus in Florida and…Read Full Article

From The Washington Post: Lifestyle Blog

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