1. The media has a strong liberal bias. That isn't the same as fake news. Evangelicals, even the ones that go to church regularly and are actually regenerate, are more prone to fall for fake news than others. They are also more likely to rail against the media. Sometimes it is deserved, but that criticism often goes overboard. Sarah Pulliam Bailey has written a good analysis of this phenomenon in the Washington Post.
2. Another Christian woman who blogs about motherhood lifestyle issues has denied biblical doctrine on human sexuality in order to "live out her truth." Jen Pollock Michel argues that living out your own self determined truth isn't really enough for a faithful Christian.
3. We hear about public Christians that fall, but we rarely hear about them coming back. This interview (and the accompanying podcast) about William "Duce" Branch, aka The Ambassador, covers his road back from a moral failure. It's worth reading and listening to.
4. This anonymous post was a fun read over at Mere Orthodoxy. It's a spoof on the think-pieces on Saint Nicholas as heretic puncher or excessively violent. Both the celebration of and criticism of Saint Nicholas (even if the account of him punching Arius is true, which it probably isn't) are both overboard.
5. This sermon from May of 2015 is a good message to call pastors and leaders back to proper biblical exposition.