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2017 Christian Reading Challenge For Christian Women - HF #52

Looking for some great books for 2017 or want to challenge yourself to read more? Jump into our 2017 Christian Reading Challenge for Women! Follow along with our guide or pick and choose your own books. Download the FREE challenge guide to get started: https://youngwifesguide.com/2017-christian-reading-challenge-christian-women/

Happy St George's Day! Image: Detail of a miniature of George fighting the dragon, in a Book of Hours: France, c. 1430-1440 (London, British Library, MS Harley 2900, f. 55r).

"I'm gonna fight for what's right; today I'm speaking my mind (And if it kills me tonight; I will be ready to die)," -- Skillet; Hero (Parentheses for Jen! :D)

Making the Most out of Your Reading Goals This Year

Last week I shared my 2017 Christian Reading Challenge for Women and the response has been INSANE! I am blown away and so excited for everyone who will be following along with us during 2017. You ladies are setting some incredible goals for this year and I am so excited to be able to follow... Read More

Europe's oldest book: Ancient Lindisfarne gospel which survived pillaging Vikings and lay in a saint's coffin for centuries

For Margie - Europe's oldest book: St Cuthbert's gospel (AD698) which survived pillaging Vikings and lay in his coffin for centuries is bought for the nation for £ 9m

Mary, Mother of Jesus, Survived the Sword of Grief

We find the last mention of Mary at the meetings with her sons, praying ...half brother James, no doubt in private. (1 Corinthians 15:7) That meeting affected James and Jesus’ other half brothers as well. We later learn that they came to believe in Jesus as the Christ. Soon, they were at Christian meetings with their mother, “persisting in prayer.” (Acts 1:14) Two of them, James and Jude, later wrote books of the Bible. Mary was delighted to see her other sons become loyal Christians.HD.

Europe's oldest book: Ancient Lindisfarne gospel which survived pillaging Vikings and lay in a saint's coffin for centuries

Europe's oldest book: St Cuthbert's gospel (AD698) which survived pillaging Vikings and lay in his coffin for centuries is bought for the nation for £ 9m