- If you have never visited Monergism.com, this is a must, particularly since its recent redesign by Tim Challies.
- Lydia at the Purple Cellar has written a short series on what Peter and Paul have to say about female beauty. Read "Peter and Paul on being Pretty" part 1, 2 & 3 and A Woman's Touch. She has also commented on some of our fave verses, Titus 2:3-5 in Beauty & the Business Women and rounded up Peter and Paul's picture of a godly woman with The Beauty of Backing Down. Take a look, there are some really helpful thoughts and insights here.
- I was tickled by Girltalk's funnies for last week..."If Women Controlled the World".
- Dan at Pyromaniacs writes for the yoots on making dads glad and mums glum.
- Another Look at 1 Corinthians 7 at Solo Femininity is a must read for singles this week. Go the extra mile and download the sermon she recommends.
- What does it mean for a husband to lead his wife? "A husband leads by dying" is the main point of John Piper's sermon this coming weekend. Until then, check out this short video clip it'll make you want to listen to more!
- "Does God bring People Together?" A question often asked, Boundless responds.
- Tim Challies has started a superb two parter on the Extraordinary Value of Women. It's a must read as is the book he recommends. Watch out for part 2!
- For His Renown offers a few thoughts on the book, 5 Paths to the Love of Your Life: Defining Your Dating Style. For more information on the book visit the web page of Alex Chediak the editor of the book.
- Justin Taylor considers a sermon on What Biblical Submission Does and Does Not Mean.
- And finally, the ladies at Girltalk are on schedule to bring out a new book this summer. Shopping for Time looks at five ways in which women can make the best use, or "shop" for time. Or as they remind us, in the words of the great Scot (yeah!) Horatius Bonar, "redeem the time".
Friday, March 02, 2007
Here are some of the links worth looking at this week. We'll be back on Monday as we continue to learn from the life of Susannah Spurgeon.