Thursday, October 18, 2007

A couple of resources

Do you know of a young woman, perhaps in her early 20s, or even late teens, trying to live out her faith in this crazy culture? I would encourage you to point her to Jess' blog Making Home, which explores so many issues on living biblically as a woman in this age. (It's even great for mama's like me!) It's so important to have people who show young women "how" to go about living counter-culturally, and making decisions about what their lives will look like.

Another thing I am excited about is Marybeth Whalen's series next week on teen girls. Looks like a great bunch of people to learn from.

Isn't it amazing what resources we have at hand here on the web? Care to share something you've come across as a valuable resource?


Terry said...

Brenda @ shares a great read advising parents to use extreme caution when choosing a Bible for kids among the various versions available. It's a good post and very helpful.

L.L. Barkat said...

It really is great. We are blessed, even in such simple things.

Anonymous said...

I feel I can only offer this anonymously, but I found to be extremely helpful and thorough as I was on my personal journey that led to concealed carry.

It's written by a mother of five who began carrying a handgun when all five (if I remember right) were under the age of 10.

Lots of good stuff about safety, reasoning and mindset as you consider this choice.

(I chose Anon. b/c that's the whole point of *concealed* carry.)

Brenda said...

I love Jess's blog too. She has great stuff on there!

Someone who is amazing to me is Domestic Felicity at
She and some of her links are some young women going WAY counter culture and very much concerned with the things of God. I sure wasn't like that in my 20's!
And I get so much encouragement from Mrs. Fuentes at

There you have my 2 cents worth!:)