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The Warren & the World is Story Warren’s weekly newsletter, providing a round-up of our favorite things from around the web as well as a review of what was on our site over the past week. We’re glad you’re here!
Ann Voskamp looks at three words that can help when you’re stuck in the comparing and competing race.
Rachel Donahue shares another lesson she learned in her garden.
Sam Smith reminds us what we mean when we talk about holy imagination.
This is the hope of the artist with holy imagination.
Glenn McCarty makes me cry when he writes lovely things about my little book.
The Kids Activities Blog is doing a Fun with Letters series that has great activities for each letter of the alphabet for your future readers. They’re on the letter F this week, but you can catch up on previous weeks on their blog.
In this short film, you get to meet Poodle Roo the rooster who knew he was different. Poodle Roo wouldn’t return to his coop at night, and his keepers at Apricot Lane Farms couldn’t figure out why. Poodle Roo found a place to belong, even though he didn’t fit in.
Thank you for reading. We’re on your side.
Carolyn revels in good stories, good music, and wrestles with the intersection of faith, art, vocation, and culture. She regularly meets new characters in her imagination who bother her until she can find a world for them to live in and a story for them to tell.
Carolyn is an assistant editor for the Curator, an online arts and culture magazine. Online, she hangs out at her website, www.carolyncgivens.com, on Twitter, and at her page on Facebook. Her first book, The King’s Messenger, will be published in spring 2017.