The saying goes that “No Man is an Island”.
That is also the title of a fine book by Thomas Merton. The point is that we are not to go it alone, because life is best done connected with God and those we meet along the way. How else will we learn and sharpen our understanding than to share it openly? I am talking about credibly enabling diverse relationships rather than value-added collaboration and idea-sharing.
Here are a few web sites that have enabled some diverse experiences into my life. I cannot live them all, so just as we glean from what Isaiah or Jeremiah did; these resources have helped me to see a wider view of what God can do through our lives. : )
Peace Pilgrim. From 1953 until 1981, a silver haired woman calling herself only “Peace Pilgrim” walked more than 25,000 miles on a personal pilgrimage for peace. Wearing a blue tunic and carrying just a few worldly possessions in her pockets, she shared her simple but profound message in thousands of communities throughout the U.S.
Tirzah Magazine. Tirzah is a women’s lifestyle online publication. Their mission is to inspire and equip a generation of young women of noble character, rooted in the word, fruitful in good works and faithful in all things.
BibleHub. Bible Hub offers a wide selection of topical, Greek and Hebrew study tools, plus concordances, commentaries, dictionaries, sermons and devotionals. A wealth of references to help anyone seeking deeper understanding in the Word.
In Touch. Programs seen and heard around the world in more than 50 languages. In addition to broadcasting, the ministry continues to produce books, studies, discipleship resources, and the award-winning In Touch magazine to more than 1.5 million households every month.
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