November Links

In light of my failure to generate content, I am going to direct you to some of my favorite reads of the web since last month. Get some!



Three Prayers for Facing Monday (or any tomorrow)
An extremely useful post from Jonathan Parnell at Desiring God.

It’s Time to Break Your E-mail Addiction
Phil Cooke provides some advice to e-mail users (or abusers)

Your Personality Determines Your Paycheck
Does Meyers Briggs Foretell Your Fortunes?

Lay Aside the Weight of Self Pre-occupation
Jon Bloom helps us get over ourselves

28 Rules for Father’s of Sons
One woman gives her advice to father’s everywhere. And it’s pretty good.

Married Men: your porn habit is an adultery habit
Matt Walsh strikes at rampant adultery with forthcoming insight.


Nine Ways to Become a More Boring Writer
Matthew Lee Anderson lets writers know how to be complete tools!  And he hits the nails on the head! BWAH HA HA HA

The Slow Release–Not the End of the World
A Piece similar to one I wrote, HERE

The 10 Mistakes List
Do not do.

INFOGRAPHIC: Three hundred spec Scripts and their Problems. 

How to Write a 5-minute Story
One author’s method for creating her short works

JC PENNY CEO MAKES 1795 Times More Than Workers
Yes, this is a problem

The Secret Pain of Pastors
Great thoughts on the difficulty of ministry

Unmistakable Parallels Between Abortion and Slavery
One writer’s take on how these two issues are similar, and why that matters to the pro-life cause

My Abortion
A devastating article showcasing 26 abortions, described by the women who had them.

Three Things Every Christians Should Know
Good stuff.

This is Why Poor People’s Bad Decisions Make Perfect Sense
One woman shares her financial plight, and it’s heartbreaking.

Word Count: 45696
To Go: 4,304 (under 5K, we are done to home stretch).