Anything goes in many places, especially on the internet. Inhabiting this cyberspaciousness calls for discernment. [Read more from this book of Proverbs series…] Continue reading Naïveté and Discretion in the Socialsphere
Would you love to prepare your heart for Christmas during Advent this year? I asked some friends to recommend Advent daily or weekly readings for you. Continue reading Advent Devotionals and More
Do you need some gift ideas for your donors or anyone on your list? Would you like to make photobooks but don’t know how? Are you simply unsure how to keep the next several weeks meaningful (and organized)? I have several sites I can recommend for you. Continue reading Great Christmas Ideas (Guest Post)
As a people person and a busy mom, I often feel fragmented when different segments of life seem stitched together by various interactions with family and friends, whether in person or through technology. Tweets, play dates, coffee dates, Facebook chats, blog posts, after-school programs, or church activities are all good things, but no matter how completely connected I am, part of me misses out on being mentored. After all, I’m just now hitting my stride as a woman, and realize I could benefit tremendously by learning from someone who knows womanhood well.
Because I believe it’s better to give than to receive and I wasn’t being mentored in any of the many areas of my life, I thought, why not mentor in a particular area in the life of another? Continue reading ““She Who Refreshes Others Will Herself Be Refreshed” (Guest Post)”
I’m including a quote from each of August’s featured bloggers, hoping to entice you to read some great posts Continue reading “Featured Blogs: August 2012”
I know you’ll enjoy these posts from Campus Crusade for Christ bloggers. Perhaps you’ll find a new blog to follow. Continue reading Featured Blogs: July 2012