Sunday, September 18, 2016

Weekly Links - a little lopsided

SOME INTERESTING LINKS FOR YOUR SUNDAY AFTERNOON, not set out in quite my usual categories, because apparently almost all the links I saved this week were about faith (and not family or fiction....).


-"Stop the Revolution. Join the Plodders."

-"Natural Complementarians: Men, Women, and the Way Things Are" (Note, this is one entry in what's been a really interesting, ongoing conversation between a couple of really good writers. It's worth following the links to see the rest of the discussion.)

From the Archives:

-"Book Review: A Mother's Rule of Life": I've been revisiting the idea of having a personal rule-of-life, and so it was interesting to revisit this my impressions of Holly Pierlot's book on the subject.

And, finally, this doesn't fit into any of my normal categories, but the photographer who took my profile picture, the talented Daniel Peckham, was recently the subject of a cool article about his amazing work in drone photography. Unsurprisingly, there are some gorgeous pictures in this article!

"Behind the Controls: Daniel Peckham"

Have a great Sunday afternoon, folks!
Jessica Snell

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