What Went Down in January

I made it through January without slipping on the ice (because I refuse to go outside in the winter time unless it’s absolutely necessary).

I think I finally figured out how Twitter works (@KristyBurm) now that it’s not the “cool thing” anymore.

I’ve got 5 1/2 chapters of Palingenesis written (well, 5 1/2 chapters of the first draft.)

I wrapped up the posts for I’ve Got a Bible…Now What? and I’m almost done formatting it for Kindle. I figured that might be more convenient for people.


Most Viewed January Posts

#1 – A Halfway House for Post-traumatic Church Disorder Survivors

#2 – Review: Coming Back to God When You Feel Empty

#3 – Stepping Stones On the Narrow Road

#4 – There’s Something About Matthew

#5 – Waist Deep in Hope


Interesting Things I Found

Scandal at the Cross a Lenten Devotional from Fig Tree Christian

Acedia: The Way Out from Adam Thrash

The world doesn’t need the early church by Justin Hiebert, Mennonite World Review


 What I Finished Reading


Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson

Coming Back to God When You Feel Empty: Whispers of Restoration From the Book of Ruth by Tanya Marlow


What I’m Reading Now


The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are by Brene Brown

The Devil in Pew Number Seven by Rebecca Nichols Alonzo

The Well of Ascension (Mistborn, Book 2) by Brandon Sanderson


Plans for February

I’m working on identifying feminine archetypes in the Bible. I’ll post what I come up with.

I keep saying I need to catch up on my friend Timothy Putnam’s radio show, Outside the Walls, and I plan on binge listening to the podcast episodes while obnoxiously live-tweeting my reactions at him. It’s the next best thing to prank calling.

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