What I'm Reading and TweetingWhat's the most interesting thing you've read this week?

A few nights back, we thought all the kids were asleep, only to discover Penny under our covers, reading Love and Salt: A Spiritual Friendship through Letters, written back and forth over the years by Amy Andrews and Jessica Griffith. "This is a cool book," she told me. And although I'm certain the only reason Penny thought it was cool is because she loves reading any correspondence between two people (I routinely discover her reading through my text messages and emails), I nevertheless concur. For anyone who enjoys honest theological conversation, memoir, and just plain good writing, I highly recommend this book.

On another note, I'm really enjoying the novel Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt and The Disappearance of Childhood by Neil Postman (more on this one eventually).

Meanwhile, some blog posts and articles of interest:

On Faith:

#Subjectivity Overload: The problem with #sentimentality, porn, & emotion for emotion's sake  ow.ly/se6zV #Beauty

 ow.ly/se67M What do you think #Angels do? @EllenPDollar

 There Really Is No Such Thing as a #NewYear@Rachel_M_Stone ow.ly/se6UC #Resolutions

 What are your "unmeasurable" #NewYearsResolutions?http://ow.ly/siTS3 #Resolutions #Goals @EllenPDollar

On Family: 

"Thank you, mom for teaching us that falling only makes us stronger." youtu.be/57e4t-fhXDs via @YouTube

Awesome Dad Styles Daughter's Hair, Breaks Internet http://ow.ly/i/4eu2O http://ow.ly/snZoR #parenting #RealDads@EliseSole

On Disability: 

Family awarded $50 million after hospital fails to detect#BirthDefect -Josh Aaseng http://ow.ly/snJR1 @SeattleTimes#SpecialNeeds

What's the most interesting thing you've read this week?

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