Her.meneutics devotees might notice two new names in our top 10 list below. Having only written for us a couple times, both women approached us boasting fascinating and varied CVs. Enuma Okoro (@tweetenuma) is a Nigerian-American who holds an MDiv from Duke Divinity School, where she directed the Center for Theological Writing. She now lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she has found time two write two books—Reluctant Pilgrim and Common Prayer (with Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove)—and write regularly at EnumaOkoro.com. Natasha Robinson (@asistasjourney) is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (2002), and served six years active duty as an officer in the Marine Corps. Currently, she is co-director of the women's mentoring ministry at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, and founder, writer, and speaker for His Glory On Earth Ministries. In her spare time (!), she attends Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary full-time and is a wife and mother. Natasha writes regularly at A Sista's Journey.
Judging from the popularity of their posts, both women will continue to provide our readers with thoughtful commentary on news and books that matter to evangelical women. And now on to the list!
(10)How to Talk about Having Children, by Sharon Hodde Miller // Comments: 53
Maybe God intended babies to mess with our well-planned lives.
(9)Lessons from an Expletive-Laced Picture Book, by Ellen Painter Dollar // Comments: 28
Self-sacrifice can make parents unhappy and unhealthy—or it can help cultivate the abundant life God desires for us.
(8)Why 'Happy' Isn't a Christian Word, by Enuma Okoro // Comments: 15
How to practice hope during the happiest season of the Christian year.
(7)Why Men Should ...1
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