2020–10–25 — Weekly Articles


Aslan’s Legacy at 70 by Dan DeWitt (The Gospel Coalition)

1 Thessalonians 1:1–10 by Rob Myallis

Reformation/Pen21 A: Freedom! by David Lose (… in the Meantime)

The Maturity Question by Andy Stanley (FaithGateway)

Humble Yourself — Like God by David Mathis

The Cult Of Comparison by Lisa Bevere (RELEVANT Magazine)

God calls us a masterpiece by Northwood Church

Leadership/Personal Growth/Parenting

Why busy, time-hungry people need hobbies the most by Dina Smith (Fast Company)

Better and cheaper by Seth Godin

Good Decision-Making Depends on an ‘Archer’s Mindset’ by Annie Duke

Why Read? Advice From Harold Bloom by Farnam Street

The Life Assessment Checklist by Johnny Webber


The Most Underrated Exercise for Building Muscle by Scott Mayer

9 Ways to Take the Anxiety Out of Nutrition for Kids by Alex Picot-Annand (Precision Nutrition)

Time-restricted eating: efficacy versus effectiveness by Peter Attia


Why Liverpool Can Still Win Without Virgil Van Dijk by Ryan O’Hanlon

What is a Good Golf Handicap? by Cory Olson

Ben Crenshaw: There’s not much strategy left at Augusta by John Huggan (Today’s Golfer)


CWS Market Review — October 23, 2020 by Eddy Elfenbein (Crossing Wall Street)

How the Pandemic is Fixing Some of the Real Estate Market’s Flaws by Byrne Hobart

Covid Kills Inertia: Homeownership Edition by Alex Danco


Prioritizing What to Study by Blake Harvard

Notation for Newton’s Second Law: F, Fnet, Sigma-F. And Julius Sumner Miller. by Greg Jacobs

Three Elements for the Application of the Art and Craft of Coaching by Steve Barkley

Studying 101 by Blake Harvard


Clockmaking: 2 by Venkatesh Rao

It’s Time to Talk About Covid-19 and Surfaces Again by Gregory Barber (WIRED)



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Nathan Belcher

Nathan Belcher


Helping people learn and grow. Lover of beautiful conversations, books, sports, education, family, and Jesus. W&M: B.S '08, M.A.Ed '10 U of SC: Ed.D. '17