Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Five Links I Have Enjoyed -- Jan 6, 2015

Today's first article looks at what Christianity is contributing to China's economic growth.

Next, Art Rainer gives us 8 great pieces of advice to help us reach our goals in 2015.

This next article shows that unit sales of print books rose 2% in 2014 at outlets that report to BookScan. Does that mean that for books, print is back?

Aaron Earls reminds us that "when you view a success as a monument, it’s value lies strictly in the past. You see it as something to be protected and remembered...but when you view a success as a mission, it’s has lasting value into the future. You see it as something to be built on and moved beyond."

And finally, here is a look at what kids around the world have for breakfast.

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