Weekend Web Wandering – February 21, 2015

weekend web wandering lgIf you’re snowed in like we are this cold Saturday, maybe you’re looking for some reading or browsing this morning. I’ve got just the prescription for you: some fantastic links from around the web:




Here at Living Unabridged I shared 9 Tips for Raising a History Buff and Three Things I Don’t Want My Daughters to Be. My friend Candace also invited me to write a post about a time I had to wait on God, so I shared about our house selling, buying and moving saga which lasted from 2010-2013. You can read that here: The God That Answers in His Own Timing at His Mercy is New.

What caught your eye this week?

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  1. I sold Home Interiors for awhile. It was awful. I do have a friend who is very successful in her business. She works very hard. It is a full time job if you want to do well. The Etsy lady? Wow. Just wow.

    The article on millenials was interesting. It does surprise me how fascinated the culture is with the millenial generation. Of course, I am gen-x, so that explains that. :) Anyway, my son attends a Christian college. The Chaplain there did an extensive survey for a paper about church attendance in college kids. He found that if the student’s father attended church regularly, the young adults still frequently attended. The mother’s attendance mattered some, but it wasn’t as significant as the father’s attendance.

    Have a good weekend!

    • Ooh, that is fascinating stuff about the father’s church attendance. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen personal evidence of this, but that would be anecdotal, of course. It makes so much sense, though.