I’m a writer. And to make matters worse, I write about connectedness. About the relationships that bind us to other people in our communities. So it’d be hard for me to NOT write about Ferguson.
But the more I scrolled through my social media feeds, the less I felt like posting anything.
There was already SO MUCH being said.
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Special thanks to everyone who entered our Donkey In the Living Room giveaway via Facebook, Twitter, and this blog. We’re thrilled to give away 3 complete Donkey in the Living Room sets (book+toy), as well as 10 hardcover books to the winners below whose names were chosen through an online randomizer.
If you won, you will be receiving an email … Click here to read more.
Christmas Toy Giveaway
Holy smokes. You guys. I am SO grateful for the support swelling around Donkey In the Living Room this last couple months.
It’s hard to describe the wonder I feel when I think about what’s happened so far with this project.
The short recap: This children’s Christmas book, which I first self-published in 2012, helps families begin … Click here to read more.
For several weeks, I’ve been tracing themes of relationship and connectedness through the Bible. [Here’s a quick overview of what we’ve covered so far.] This isn’t necessarily a theological exercise, as much as it is a building essay–one that tracks how “connectedness” was vital for early humans and their developing world.
Toward Everyday Well-Being
I grow uncomfortable when I hear … Click here to read more.
Some of you have been following since the beginning of this series, as I began to trace why relationships are so important to me and why I think they are also important to God. The trick of stretching this theme out over many Wednesdays, though, is that sometimes, readers might just catch one or two installments, and they might not … Click here to read more.
I’ve been making observations left and right these last few Mondays. Among them:
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It’s Friday. (But you knew that, right?) Here are three articles that got my attention this week. Now go. Go drink deep of your weekend.
Oh, Kristen Howerton, you said it so well. Down with firepitting!
We’ve got a new metaphor in our house to describe a bad habit that we often fall into. We’re calling it “firepitting.”
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I’ve been spending Thursdays sharing great writing about friendship and community. [Read the whole category here.] Today, we continue on with a few pointers from Connected: How your friends’ friends’ friends affect everything you feel, think, and do by Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD and James H. Fowler, PhD.
The premise of the book? Beyond our own social horizons…… Click here to read more.