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Today's reads from the Methoblogosphere:
How do you tell if someone is a Christian? Read Sue Whitt.
Andy Bryan recounts a Donor Sabbath service.
Kim Matthew reflects on Christian action.
It is time, says Pam Webster, for us to follow the leader.
Andy Stoddard wonders how the Israelites could think making a golden calf was a good idea.
Should Christians use birth control? Shane Raynor asks the question, and then follows up with a clarification.
Sky McCracken ponders whether Methodists are more concerned about the Kingdom or the Institution.
Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on Colossians 4:5-6.
Cathy Turner writes on closing off the access points to negative thoughts.
It's that "Darn Bible" for Steve Heyduck.