Simple by John Blase
Too Girly to Lead? by Laura Ortberg Turner for Her.meneutics
Change the Story by Shauna Niequist
Faith for the Future by Kelly
Corrective Experiences by Kathy Escobar
Good News for Girls: Pee Generators + Cell Phone Chargers + Mending Kits at SheLoves Magazine
I Don’t Write for an Audience of One by Rachel Held Evans
For the Youth Group Kid Leaving Home by Addie Zierman at How to Talk Evangelical
Worst End of School Year Mom Ever by Jen Hatmaker
And that’s the best way to respond to “WHY AREN’T YOU ANSWERING YOUR PHONE?” by Jenny Lawson at The Bloggess (Language Warning)
Rite of passage: “I just sunk Dad’s battleship!”
my own most-read post
This isn’t really necessary since I did only one real post this week but here it is anyways. My blogging has slowed down considerably the last few months. I have a few good reasons (and a few not-so-good-ones) for this but mostly, it’s about time.
I will gather up all these disparate seasons and thoughts and opinions and experiences, and hold them all in my hands with gratitude.
I’m able to find something good in the over-the-top excessive prosperity preachers and the smug theologians and the pot-stirring elitists and the overly passionate kids in the stadium light shows and the evangelistic new mothers and the disillusioned bitter cynics, because I’m all of those things, too. Someday I’ll add the woman I am now, the theology I practice, the words I write so earnestly to that list.
“I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life – and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do.” -Georgia O’Keeffe