“Who’s got two thumbs and just sent in her first book? #ThisGirl”
Yes, that dorky picture was a selfie, taken moments after I sent in the manuscript for Jesus Feminist to my editor.
D-O-N-E. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll go into a mild coma for a while.
What Would Jesus Say to the NRA? by Shane Claiborne for Red Letter Christians
Surviving the Storms of Home Life by Sally Clarkson for I Take Joy
Poverty Tourism Can Make Us So Thankful by Kent Annan for HuffingtonPost
My Reading Strategy by Kelley Nikondeha
Sunday Superlatives: The Best of 2012 by Rachel Held Evans (I won’t deny it: this totally made my week.)
Separate Stories by Alise Wright for A Deeper Family
What I Want You To Know About Being on Food Stamps by Abby for Rage Against the Minivan
A Monstrous God by Dianna E. Anderson
But by John Blase
12 Great Blog Posts from 2012 by Emily P. Freeman for Chatting at the Sky (Day? Made.)
ShePonders: Mary’s Song by Kelley Nikondeha for SheLoves Magazine (yes, that’s two Kelley articles in one round-up. Sue me.)
My own most-read post this week
In which I am fearless – sort of
Picture of the Week
Cheating a bit as this is from Christmas so more than a week ago but can you blame me? How cute is this little stinker?
“Certain thoughts are prayers. There are moments when, whatever be the attitude of the body, the soul is on its knees.” – Victor Hugo