- Mason Slater wrote a fantastic series this week about the Imperialism of the Blogosphere. I recommend the whole thing, but the last post about authority was my personal favorite.
- David probably just needs a permanent spot on my round up because every week he writes something that I wish I'd written. This time it was his piece Frozen River.
- My friend (and the author of the foreword for Not Alone) Elizabeth Esther appeared on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show to address the teachings of Michael and Debi Pearl. Here are her thoughts before it aired. I loved this, "Remaining silent is worse than saying it badly." That aside, she did NOT say it badly at all. You can see a clip of her statements here.
- NaNoWriMo wrapped up this week. I'm so proud of my friends (and daughter!) who finished the full fifty-thousand words in a month. But I adored this post by Sarah Bost-Askins where she gives herself grace for not finishing. If you've ever felt like a failure, be sure to read this post.
- Tamara Lunardo writes a gorgeous post about being sexy.
- And in the "most uplifting" category, don't miss this article about a man living out loving his neighbor as himself. So beautiful.
- Don't forget to leave a comment about your favorite Christmas song/album for a chance to win some Christmas music.
What have you read/written/watched/listened to this week that moved you? Link it up here!