I'm on week four of my internship! One week left after this! Amazing how fast it's gone by. I'm staying at the Hambidge Center, if I haven't mentioned it before. I created a blog for them about what goes on and who passes through. It's very inspiring! check it out.
Breaking the Devil's Heart by H.A. Goodman
When Stewart and Layla recruit a demon to spy on the Devil, their decision takes them on whirlwind ride through the afterlife. Journey alongside this young couple in H. A. Goodman’s new novel, Breaking the Devil’s Heart, and join forces with a teenage Angel outcast to bankrupt Satan's underground Company and save Heaven from civil war. H. A. Goodman's Breaking the Devil’s Heart is a rollercoaster afterlife experience that tests a young couple's love, their grasp on reality, and the essence of human nature. What happens when Stewart and Layla tour Hell’s Marketing Department and Stock Exchange? What happens when their relationship is tested by Satan? This book is unlike anything you’ve ever read, or ever thought the afterlife might be like. Breaking the Devil’s Heart is an enlightening look into an alternate world, a new afterlife, and a profound journey inside the human conscience.
June 26—Tour: The Other Side of Darkness
I've updated the list of ARCS you can win on the summer reading challenge! click here to sign up!
Take My Paws has a destination! I'll be donating the baby stuff and mommy stuff to Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Center, a Christian organization that provides free ultrasounds for mothers who would otherwise have an abortion, and also provides an educational program and counseling for the parents.
I'm working on a cool project for my internship as well. The Hambidge Center was founded by a writer and weaver named Mary Hambidge. Her writings are collected into an eclectic book… but they're rather confusing and unorganized. I'm making it into an artistic typography project, suitable for a studio or coffee-table book.
So, I want to start a knitting ministry at my church. I have a few different ideas, and I've seen how different people do it. I want to know what you guys think would be a good way to organize it. Should we knit things and donate them? knit things and sell them and use the money for supporting various things? Use it more as a Bible study-club type thing? If you could go to a knitting ministry at church, what would you want it to be? What would make it perfect?