Observing the Interweb: What’s with Easter’s date?, The Power of a Soccer Ball, John Piper, Around the world at 17 and more…

Why Does Easter Move Around So Much? If you’ve ever had this question, you are not alone, and the Economist has your answer.

The Power of a Soccer Ball – People all over the world are thinking of innovative ways to bring sustainable power to places that have yet to see the *incandescent* light. This article highlights one of the most unique power sources on the planet.

John Piper’s Finale – John Piper has been a spiritual father to countless men and women around the world, most of all to Bethlehem Baptist church, which he pastored for 33 years. Easter Sunday was his final sermon as pastor. Download and watch it here.

The Greatest Slaughter in Human History – This is by no means an easy read, but it brings to light the terrible and tragic history of abortion in China over the past 40 years.

Christian College, Gay Student – CNN tackles an issue being wrestled with at Christian colleges throughout the country: how should students, faculty, and administrators approach the growing number of students at Christian colleges who are coming out.

Around the World at 17 – Laura Dekker is pretty rad. You should read this article and see the film when it’s released.

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