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About My Father’s Business – Luke 16:10
This blog is an outlet for my feelings, thoughts, ponderings…as I learn the truth that the daily, the normal, the mundane, the usual, is in fact, what constitutes being “about my Father’s business”! Join me?
God has done so much for me and I cannot keep quiet about it. Writing is a way for me to not only document my personal journey of healing and hope from pain and despair, but to bless others who are walking the same path.
#church #healing #sexualabuse
Mark’s Views, Perhaps – a look at life from behind my eyeballs
A Pearl in Every Cowslip’s Ear is a blog all about teaching. I post stories about my teaching and resources such as bulletin boards and school devotional notes.
Hearing God’s voice, cultivating a deep relationship with Christ, and bringing His presence to people around me are my passions. I also homeschool our four energetic children, glimpse God’s love through my deafness and, as the only Mennonites in town, regularly fellowship with Christians from other denominations.
People have said that I put into words what they feel. People often have unspoken questions they wrestle with. Scary questions. A vibrant life of love for God and others begins by having risky conversations putting words to these questions. That’s what we do at this blog.
I’m a southern Mennonite raised farm girl, who married a Pentecostal Pastor and moved to the city. This online journal documents the truths God whispers to my heart amid transition as well as my love for Jesus, husband, people and beautiful things!
lifestyle blog featuring travel, recipes, and lifestyle tips and thoughts on everyday life
Focus on Bible and Church from an Anabaptist perspective and concern for people to live in joyful, healthy discipleship to Jesus Christ.
A collection of Amish YouTube videos from Arthur, Illinois and Pinecraft, Florida, featuring horse farming and gospel chorus singing.
We are all born to know Him. Sometimes life gets in the way of seeing the big picture… but all it takes is a moment of choosing to die … again, pressing on toward knowing our King.
Thoughts about life, the pursuit of a wild, adventurous God, journeying through depression, what it means to follow Jesus, wrestling through Anabaptist heritage and convictions, church, all that good stuff. Not many answers, just thoughts, ramblings, and my own story.
Come into the Fields – Song of Solomon 7:11
Come Into the Fields is an invitation to come apart, be still, and to ask questions that will take us into a deeper knowledge of God and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Will you come into the fields?
I write about life so it doesn’t sink me: hard questions, good books, what I think of Jesus, and who put all these socks in the laundry. I learn from my mistakes when I confess them.
a glimpse into my life as a missionary in the beautiful city of León, Nicaragua
I blog about my life as a Delaware Wife, Mama, and Grammy. Sunshine and saltwater, laughter and tears– each day I look for reasons for grateful praise.
Dewdrops of Joy – finding joy in life’s everyday things
I am a Christian, a missionary, a wife, a writer, and a mom of two young children. My blog, Dewdrops of Joy, mirrors all of that in posts of fun children’s activities, occasional written sketches of living in Africa, and things pertaining to God and, well, life. Come visit me!
Diplomatic Driver – The Musings of a Mennonite
As a logical person and a self-prescribed “rebellious introvert”, I started writing to organize my thoughts. Eventually, I decided to share my writing, hoping to spark others’ thoughts and discussions. I hope my musings/ramblings amuse, entertain, or inspire you.
Dwight Gingrich Online – exegesis, ecclesiology, and exploration
This website exists to build up the Church of Jesus Christ by helping her listen carefully to the Scriptures. You will also find some pages with personal content—anything that is important to me that I wish to share publicly. Happy exploring!
Faithful in the Journey – Psalm 33:4
Infrequent, largely lighthearted posts. Vague thoughts of heavier material in the future – and that may never happen.
Hopeful Things – blogging with the intent to inspire
Hello, I am Hope, the one behind hopefulthings. I enjoy creating recipes, entertaining guests, gardening, graphic design and photography. And last, but not least, I am a follower of Christ. Without Him I am nothing. I strive to use the gifts God has given me to glorify Him.
my travelogue –geographical and otherwise
defending the faith of the primitive Church and tackling controversial subjects in the modern Church
#apostasy #Christian #gospel #nonresistance #photography
I’m a Kansas farm girl doing life in a southeast Asian city, who gets confused about her identity at times. Here you’ll find random bits of poetry and glimpses of ordinary life lived in another culture.
Where sexual abuse, cancer, and redemption collide. Here, I blog about a God who redeems incredible evil and suffering and never lets us go even when we let go of Him.
musings and adventures of a Mennonite girl from Indiana doing life in Brooklyn, NYC
life and theology from the perspective of Mennonite thinker
JennStory – Because we’re all stories, in the end.
I hope at the end of my life I’ll be allowed to read my story, to look back and understand my part in the Author’s storyline. Until then, I do what I can: I watch for little stories in my days; I record; I look for meaning, and I love.
Kingdom Christianity – following Christ on the upward way
This blog exists for the advancement of the Kingdom of God by seeking to point people to Christ.
I’m a pastor’s wife, mother of 6 grownups, and author from the grass fields of Harrisburg, Oregon. I write about the quirky little events of our lives, the big projects, the passing of time, the constant changes.
My blog gives tidbits of my life in general, around the home and farm. I also share some of the going-ons of our Brethren community.
I’m an Anabaptist music teacher from Indiana doing life in Jewish Brooklyn, NYC. Visit my blog to learn and discuss all things Jewish and Mennonite!
conservative Anabaptist perspectives
As a missionary wife and mom of four littles, I write about mission and family life, food, and books.
This blog is about my faith, my family, and my world. Come pull up a chair and stay a while.
assorted essays on topics of general interest with a view of inspiring reflection and conversation
Hi! I find inspiration in my work on our family farm as well as my travels as a vandriver for local horse and buggy Mennonites:) God continues to shower unending love on my life. Please stop by and be encouraged to see His work in your life too! Blessings, Kendra
Pilgrim Nicci — journeying on
My blog is a testimony of the pilgrim’s journey.
I love the Lord because other people spent time describing Him to me. I feel indebted to them – and Him – so I blog, hoping that my honest confessions from my own journey with God will encourage women to seek and know Him.
Properties of Light – movement. color. sound. story
Hi! On this blog, I write about my love affair, my sprawling close family, the unusual and intriguing people God brings into my life, and funny stuff. Once in a while I write about being Mennonite. So nice to have you here! Step right on in.
a collection of snapshots from the life of an itinerant, most-of-the-time-Central American missionary girl
Quiltin Gal – Barbara H. Cline
I am a wife, mother of 5, and a quilter. I blog on highlights of the month in 2 categories: life in general and life as a quilter.
Radi-Call – calling young Anabaptists back to The Root
Radi-Call is a group of conservative Anabaptist youth from different states and church backgrounds who share a common love for Jesus Christ.
Rhapsody in D – composing a life symphony for the Father
“Rhapsody-music-freeform musical composition: a composition that is often irregular in form, emotional in effect, and improvisational in nature.” That fits me.
I blog about adoption, living with orthopedic special needs, and normal family stuff.
Hi, I’m Esther and this blog contains my moderately curious, generally critical, yet fiercely hopeful thoughts about education, Mennonite culture, and traveling.
The Arctic Anabaptist Blog contains various teachings and musings of the author regarding the Christian life, as well as, a few photographs and stories of living in the Last Frontier.
The Curator is a poetry publication platform sharing quality work by contemporary poets.
The Days of My Life – Kendra Landis
This blog began when I was a single missionary trying to keep in touch with people back home. As I transitioned to being a married homemaker, and then to being a mother, the content and major themes have changed, but in general, it is as the title says–The Days of My Life, and the joys, struggles, humour, and tears that those days bring.
Realizing one version of “the good life,” one day at a time. I believe, like James wrote, that “every Good & Perfect thing is from the Father above”. So I’m filling my little corner of the internet with record of the good things He’s showing + giving me.
During the Protestant Reformation, the Anabaptists were considered radicals for taking Scripture –specifically Jesus’ teachings– literally. While most of the Protestant church fought over their theological differences and even took up arms, the Anabaptists stood in persistent, confrontational peace. My blog’s intent is to do the same.
a blog about the ordinary and extraordinary things of life. . . making every moment beautiful
Thrifty Frugal Mom – where food, family & finances meet
I love sharing simple, from-scratch recipes, inspiration for successful homemaking and lots of great money saving ideas. Come join me!
Thoughts about living well and walking toward wholeness on this side of Eden. A globe-trotter’s guide to simplicity, beauty, and serendipity in normal life.
Ultimate Metaphor – when earth mimics heaven
As a middle school English teacher who often notices metaphors, I love seeing how God uses mundane life to show who He is and who He is not. Richard Foster says “The material world is created, in part, so as to make visible…the realm of the invisible.”
I live in the city, I’m an Anabaptist educator, and I love Jesus. I like to share about the things I observe both about my culture, and my students.
WrittenDownBig – a canvas for wonderings, thinkings and discoveries
I write about literature, subjects I care about, and the stuff of daily life.