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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!
John Bloom writes at Desiring God blog to remind us of God’s purposes in our weaknesses.
At Club 31 Women, Caroline has a list of books which can be friends for your daughter’s journey into young womanhood.
Helena Sorensen follows up last week’s words to her son with a set of letters to her daughter.
Gina Smith reviews Sally and Nathan Clarkson’s new book, Different.
February is Black History Month in the US, and it’s a good time to begin exploring the ways African Americans have contributed to our society. I recommend continuing this exploration throughout the year–and exploring the contributions of all of the different minority groups that are part of the larger American culture. We are a people made of many peoples, and there is much to learn from one another.
I have a couple of friends who have worked in Antarctica for a few seasons. Their stories have boggled my mind sometimes–it is a wild world they live and work in. This National Geo video explores the ways that future Mars colonization will likely look like what’s already happened in Antarctica.
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.