2021–04–18 — Weekly Articles


Only One Empty Tomb by Clarissa Moll (The Gospel Coalition)

The Heart of God’s Law by Chris Bruno (Desiring God)

Seeing Christ in the Shape of the Psalms by Davy Ellison (The Gospel Coalition)

Blessing Can Become a Curse by Marshall Segal (Desiring God)

How to Be #Blessed (A Lesson from Psalm 84) by Matt Smethurst (The Gospel Coalition)

Easter 3 B: A Flesh and Bone Resurrection by David Lose

Luke 24:13–35 by Rob Myallis

Leadership/Personal Growth/Parenting

“You’re not that good” by Seth Godin

Words Are the Sculptors of Culture by Lawrence Yeo

Hard Work Is Necessary, But Not Sufficient. by Steve Magness

The Shortest Guide to Dealing with Emotions by Steven Hayes (Psychology Today)

How to Teach Gratitude to Our Children by Patrick Schwenk and Ruth Schwenk (FaithGateway)


Tips for How to Get More REM Sleep by Mark Van Deusen (WHOOP)

How Fit Can You Get From Just Walking? by Graham Isador (GQ)

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training: Everything You Need to Know by Aaron Horschig and Kevin Sonthana


Stairway to Amen Corner by Will Knights (The Fried Egg)

Hideki Matsuyama won the Masters not only for himself but also for golf-mad Japan by Michael Bamberger (GOLF)

Masters 2021: Hideki Matsuyama, quiet star, makes a loud statement for his nation and for himself by Alan Shipnuck (Golf Digest)

Zion Williamson is breaking basketball by Nekias Duncan (Basketball News)

Greed and Grace by Brendan Porath (The Fried Egg)

Ready by Liam Boylan-Pett (Lope Magazine)


When Wealth Isn’t Real by Nick Maggiulli

World Building by Alex Danco

Attempting the Impossible by Frederik

COGS: How I Bankrupted MoviePass by Evan Armstrong

Cloudflare’s Intelligent Design by Byrne Hobart

How to Buy Happiness by Arthur Brooks (The Atlantic)

Wells Fargo’s Rehabilitation by Marc Rubinstein


Moving from Performing as a Student to Performing as a Scholar: More on Writing and Citation by Paul Thomas

RT;DL Pixel Peeping by Dean Baird

Where did the 2020 AP Live videos go? (Don’t worry, here’s how to access) by Greg Jacobs

Why Reach Out for Coaching? by Steve Barkley

Lessons for Educational Research from the COVID-19 Vaccines by Robert Slavin


How Scientists Use Hydrogen Gas, In Space And On Earth, To Measure The Big Bang by Ethan Siegel

Your iPhone has a hidden document scanner. This is how to use it by Jason Cipriani (c|net)

A Tiny Particle’s Wobble Could Upend the Known Laws of Physics by Dennis Overbye (The New York Times)

How an offshore wind boom in the US could boost ocean research by Justine Calma (The Verge)

mRNA vaccine technology by Peter Attia

What Data Can’t Do by Hannah Fry (The New Yorker)

Physics Teacher. Lover of sports, books, high-quality education, family, and Jesus. W&M B.S. ('08), M.A.Ed. ('10). U of SC Ed.D. ('17).