Grab a handful of Halloween candy leftovers and browse this week’s Friday Faves!
- GRACE: Addie Zierman pens a poignant article on Christianity Today about how she became one of the throngs of millennials to leave the church and what eventually brought her back.
- SEED EFFECT: The Seed Effect organization is hosting its 4th birthday party in Dallas, TX on November 7. The event will be held at The Laundry on 1818 Chestnut Street from 6 – 9 pm. Tickets are $19 and can be purchased online here.
- NO FEAR: Naomi Simson of RedBalloon voices her concern about how few women are emerging in certain markets as leaders.
- BREADWINNER MOMS: In today’s economy, the financial hierarchy in American homes is beginning to see a noticeable shift. Katty Kay of BBC News offers her opinion on why almost 40% of American mothers have become the family breadwinners.
- CEOs: Meet the 10 Highest-Earning Female CEOs in this article on Entrepreneur.com.
- INTERVIEW: In case you missed it, here is Diane Paddison’s interview on Life Lessons, hosted by Rick Tocquigny.
- GET REAL: John Leonard’s new book Get Real: Sharing Your Every Day Faith Every Day strives to show Christians that evangelism doesn’t have to be a difficult experience. Order your copy today for 35% off at Westminster Bookstore!
Video of the Week
A Wall-Painted Animation. What more do we have to say?
- “How to Do More of What You’re Good At and Less Of What You’re Bad At” —Carolyn Rafaelian with Inc.com offers simple advice for those struggling with tasks they weren’t really cut out for.
- “What’s So Wrong With Being High Maintenance?” — Allison Vesterfelt encourages wives to be “burdens” to their husbands, even when every little voice in their head tells them not to.
- “Finding Your Light: Karyn Thurston” —with Imago Dei and contributor to the Illumination Project talks candidly about how to find glory in your life that is not displayed by a self-made spotlight.
A Pinterest Find
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