- The Letter Farmer Hopes to Renew Passion for Handwritten Letters
- 9 Things Your Missionary Wants in a Care Package at TEAM
- 5 Reasons to Learn Hand-Lettering and Calligraphy at The Postman's Knock
- All 339 Books Referenced In “Gilmore Girls” and The Official List of All Books Referenced in Gilmore Girls (over 350) ~ I'm not much of a TV watcher so never really watched the show but both book lists look pretty good.
- Little Free Libraries are making appearances at homes, businesses, schools ~ I'm still looking for my perfect Little Library and love this idea - now to find something similar
- Is Fiction an Addiction? at Book Riot
- Books are Friends Forever at Windows & Mirrors (Sisters Reading Books)
- As Far As Your Brain Is Concerned, Audiobooks Are Not ‘Cheating’ ~ sounds good to me, especially since I often read a book using a combination of reading print (or electronic) and audio.
- Book Review - Journey into God's Word - by Kim Shay over at Out of the Ordinary ~ this sounds like a great book on how to study the Bible and I've added it to my TBR list; it has several good reviews on GoodReads, too including one by (another? the same?) Kim.
- Eternal Subordination of the Son and CBMW at A Daughter of the Reformation ~ "While I appreciate Denny Burk’s recent statement regarding Nicene orthodoxy, he continues to defend ESS proponents as being orthodox...."
- Canons of Dort – What is it? at I'm All Booked
- Seasons of Waiting: Walking By Faith When Dreams Are Delayed by Betsy Childs Howard - reviewed by Aimee Byrd at Books at a Glance and Housewife Theologian ~ looks like it might be a good book.
- Confessing the Impassible God – A brief response by Pascal Denault (author of The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology: A Comparison Between Seventeenth-Century Particular Baptist and Paedobaptist Federalism which is on my TBR list)
- The Trinity and Gender? Talking about the Recent Debate (Part 1), The Trinity and Gender? Talking about the Recent Debate (Part 2) and The Recent Debate of the Trinity and Gender: A Development Not a Departure ~ sharing to see the hyper-complementarian, "reformedish" view, not necessarily because I find her arguments convincing. I'm no theologian but I find the arguments put forth by Carl Trueman and those on the Reformed side to be (much more) Biblical.
- What Denny Burk Could Do at Housewife Theologian
- The Case for Credobaptism by Sam Renihan and The Impassibility of God Podcast (with Dr. Jonathan Master & Dr. Richard Barcellos) at Place for Truth
- Practically Knowing God at CCC Discover
- Are We Serious About Education? by Thomas Sowell
- A little over 5 years ago I started making Cold brew coffee ater seeing this post at Pioneer Woman and this summer has been so hot that I've been making a lot of it. After all, who wants hot coffe when it's already in the 80's at 8 in the morning? But over the last 4 or 5 years it seems more people have gotten into the trend (even Starbuck's and Dunkin' Donuts now advertise cold brew) so I've been checking the internest to see how others make it:
♠ What’s the Difference Between Cold-Brewed Coffee and Iced Coffee?
♠ Easy Cold-Brewed Coffee
♠ The Last Iced Coffee Recipe You'll Ever Need!
Because we now live in the High Desert in southern California, we've been watching all the news about the Blue Cut fire (some video here & more updates here) very closely. This Monday we had to drive down the Cajon Pass for a doctor's appointment and now I am so glad it wasn't a Tuesday appointment or we would have been stuck in the horrible mess caused by the fire and either would've had to stay "down the hill" or take one of the longer alternate routes home.