Nancy's Newsfeed: Men Protecting Women in Aurora Theatre, Early Marriage, and Bible Replaced by Fifty Shades of Grey

Here are six links—along with Nancy’s comments—that she passed on to me in the last month. I’ll include them below IF you promise you won’t hold it against me that some may be “old news” to you. If you’re already “in the know,” just move on to the next blog post that strikes your fancy.

Oh, yeah: in case you’re wondering, we don’t endorse everything on these sites. But we do think you’ll find these articles interesting—and hopefully they’ll spark prayer in you.

The Case for Early Marriage by Mark Regnerus
Lots of food for thought/interesting data in this piece.

When Hospitality and Hell-Fire Kiss by John Starke
Great piece (insightful, well-crafted) on hospitality and evangelism.

In the Aurora Theater the Men Protected the Women. What Does that Mean? by Hanna Rosin
In case you've not seen this.

Dear Stay-At-Home Mom . . . by Trevin Wax
Great piece.

Women, Callings, and Having It All by Jennifer A. Marshall
Thought this was well-done.

Marissa Mayer becomes CEO of Yahoo and Proves Women Cannot Have It All by Penelope Trunk
Fascinating read.

And one bonus link from Byron Paulus, CEO of Life Action Ministries:

Hotel Replaces Bible with 'Fifty Shades of Grey' by Nancy Trejos
I realize this is England but we are likely not far behind here in the States.

I’m curious. Are you one of those people who keep up with one or more blogs each day? If so, which one(s) are your favorites?

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Paula Marsteller

Paula Marsteller

Paula has served with Revive Our Hearts for thirteen years. She is the author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom. There's nothing she loves to share more than the gospel-centered truths that have so transformed her own life: what it means on a daily basis to be "dead to sin, alive to God, and in Christ Jesus." Paula, Trevor, and their son, Iren, make their home in New York.