- For an interesting take on the book The Hunger Games, check out Trevin Wax' interview of N.D. Wilson on his blog "Why Hunger Games is Flawed to Its Core".
- Back in March I signed up for an online Bible study on Precept's Connect site but when 'life' got in the way back in April, I had to miss several classes & had a hard time keeping up with the homework. Thankfully, our leader has posted the recorded lessons on his website. You can find them here: Orientation & Lessons One, Two, Three, Four & Five.
- And in light of having recently studied 2 Peter and Jude (in BSF & Precept), I thought this video I came across on CARM's blog was very timely.
- For a good sermon/lecture be sure to listen to History or Myth? Is the Bible Reliable by Pastor Gervase Charmley. It's posted on Chris Rosebrough's radio program, Fighting for the Faith. You can also listen to it as a podcast on iTunes.
- These photos of National Parks taken at night are impressive.
- Brian Goulet has a couple videos up on his blog called Fountain Pen 101: Parts of a Fountain Pen & Fountain Pen Terminology
- Pamela posted about "The Secret Language of Stamps" on her blog Cappucinno and Art Journal. She always has beautiful photos on her blog and her post on envelope making is packed with clever ideas - in fact, I now make lots of my envelopes using her simple technique.
- And if you live in the SF Bay area, don't forget the Correspondence Co-op's Birthday celebration on May 27.