Unfortunately I don't have time to fix it now but will try to repost them later.
- Write and post at letter at Taupaki School ~ wish my school had done this when I was a kid because it sounds like fun
- Sharing yourself, one handwritten letter at a time ~ Fairbanks, Alaska has a unique letter writing campaign
- Woman's letters to military help herself and soldiers
- East Dallas resident works with mom to raise awareness of cursive writing
- Unburying The Gospel at the Outspoken Tulip ~ this is a newish blog to me and have only been following her for about a month but really agree with this post. (She also has "The Watchman's Bagpipes" on her blogroll, a blog I like, and have on my Christian Links & Resources page but not on my blogroll here because, while he's great on many topics, he's very anti-Reformed so I disagree with him about that!)
- Matt B. Redmond Speaks Up For the Victims (and points 8 & 10 at Echoes and Stars) ~ when I see how so many big-name Christian leaders ignore the fact that their pal(s) helped to cover up abuse in their churches, I can't help but compare them to the priest and the Levite in the parable of the Good Samaritan.
- Reformed Baptists and the Purity of the Church
- How Good Theology Helps Us Love God and Neighbor
- 4 Things to Prepare Now for Advent
** Over the last few weeks, I've fallen way behind on many (most?) of the blogs and podcast I follow and in trying to catch up, found the topic of complementarianism at Mortification of Spin (podcast) and the Housewife Theologian to be very timely. So I started following some of their links (and those links and ...) and thought I'd include a few today. It was especially timely after seeing this quote by a man in a Facebook group I follow: "A woman can not exercise authority over men. The moment she says to any man, "lets pray, lets open our bible's", she is excising [sic] authority." I agree that women are not to be pastors, but with a comment like that, I can't help but wonder if he allows women to sing in church, teach Sunday school or even greet others at church. Next thing you know, I suspect he'll want us to wear burkas.
- A Woman's Place (MOS podcast)
- Pink Theology (MOS podcast) ~ interview with Hannah Anderson (author of Made for More, which has been on my TBR list for quite awhile. I'll have to look for a copy in our church's library.)
- Where Are the Mature Women Writers? at Housewife Theologian (although I don't usually care for Lisa Spence's writing - I followed her for a while several years ago but found most of her blog to be more along the lines of "look how great my family and I are" so quit following her)
- Platforms, Blogs, and Why We Write at Housewife Theologian
- WHERE ARE THE MATURE WOMEN ON THE INTERNET? ~ this is brand new to me but it looks like a solid blog (found via blog comments at one of the other links)
- Complementarian Organizations and Where Women Belong by Hannah Anderson at The Gospel-Centered Woman
- Sometimes a Light - Hannah Anderson's website
- Persuasion - podcast of Hannah Anderson & Erin Straza (another brand new to me site)