Midweek links

Mike Riley is a prolific writer, always pertinent, as in this brief article touching on slavery, “There’s Glory, Even in the Daily Grind.”

Don Ruhl’s “Twice Daily” devos, as they’re called on Forthright Magazine, are among the most valuable and under-rated writings around, as he shows in “The Spirit that Gets Things Done.”

Jeff Jenkins draws a stark contrast between George Bailey and a noisy, overbearing woman in Chick-Fil-A, Jeff’s second office, in “Loud and Arrogant.”

Our congratulations, again, to Glenda’s mother, “Eulala Williams Celebrates 100th Birthday.”

On the Forbidden Subject among us, Joshua Pappas breaks the silence on “Fasting.”

To cry over: Coral Gables, Fla., starts enforcing an old law that pickups cannot be left on the street overnight nor can they be left in the owner’s driveway, but must be parked in closed garages. The city fathers must be too highfalutin for rednecks.