- Question Tuesday: Healthful Boundaries with the Weight Loss Culture
- My husband wants a divorce
- I don't want to mess up our friendship by dating.
- Dating non-Christians
- What one book should everyone read?
- Is it possible to like church too much?
- Bellybutton Rings to the Glory of God
- What does God want me to choose?
- Susan: A Character Sketch
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- #QuestionTuesday: How do we think christianly about our culture's obsession with body image? http://t.co/5DuySB1B 10 hours ago
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- RT @curtsteinhorst: how can "conservatives" boo Paul for saying "let's try the golden rule out on foreign policy"? #hypocritical 1 day ago
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- Without Susan, the four children would have frozen to death before seeing any adventures in #Narnia. http://t.co/LK1FQbcI 4 days ago
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This post is, interestingly enough, one of this blog’s most frequented posts since SWWF’s inception. I hope that’s not because Narnia students are stealing my work… :/ Oh well, that’s between them and Aslan. There will always be hope in … Continue reading
In the bleak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan, Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone; Snow had fallen, snow on snow, Snow on snow, In the bleak mid-winter Long ago. Our God, Heaven cannot hold Him Nor earth … Continue reading
Right now I’m reading Luci Shaw’s Harvesting Fog as the (probable) book for my book review assignment in my Creating Poetry class this semester. It’s wonderful. It’s a way of seeing the Divine in the commonplace. It’s refreshing. I find … Continue reading