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Mid-Morning: Wednesday, March 18, 2015


“Organic Mentoring”

Host(s): Lynne Ford

Mentoring itself isn’t a new concept. Men and women have been participating on both sides for many years. But Sue Edwards says there’s a deep need for Organic Mentoring (Kregel, ISBN# 978-0-8254-4333-6)…with new values, preferences and ideas to adequately address the problems of the next generation.  61 more words


Book Review - Organic Mentoring (14/9)

Are there any significant difference between those who grow up in the modern and post-modern era? I’m sure most people will say yes to this question. 439 more words

Book Reviews

Selling Out Sekhemka

The sale of Ancient Egyptian artifacts took a step in a dangerous direction last week.

The Northampton Museum and Art Gallery in the United Kingdom has planned an immense expansion which would double the size of its exhibition space, as well as create new galleries, teaching spaces, and retail areas. 686 more words

Otters Emmy and Franklyn were play fighting at the British Wildlife Centre in Lingfield, Surrey

The otters were playfighting so the child could learn how to defend itself before striking out on its own

The scrap between mother Emmy and child Franklyn went on for a little over ten minutes… 15 more words


Mother of Pearl - How I Learned to Give Up Control - Guest Post by Sue Edwards

Welcome to Pearl Girls™ Mother of Pearl Mother’s Day blog series—a nine-day celebration of moms and mothering. Each day will feature a new post by some of today’s best writers (Tricia Goyer, Lisa Takeuchi Cullen, Beth Vogt, Lesli Westfall, and more). 739 more words

Guest Post

Study of I Peter: I Peter 5:1-14 (week 9)

Mentor-ship.  This is a big idea in the Bible, older women should mentor the younger, older men should be teaching the younger, veteran moms should be mentoring new moms, etc… 256 more words

Blog Tours

Study of I Peter: I Peter 4:7-19 (week 8)

There’s a lot of punch packed into these verses for this week (yes I’m a week behind again).  One thing that is discussed is mortality and how we can deal with it as a society.  561 more words

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