My gracious and lovely wife has picked up her proverbial pen to begin blogging. In the last two days she is already more prolific than I am on actual blog posts for 2012! Her blog, Women Walking Wisely, provides her ruminations and biblically-informed thoughts on a variety of things that average, everyday Christian wives, mothers, daughters, and women may find interesting and helpful. I know that I have benefited over the years from her wise words and godly counsel–I hope that you will, too. You can find her blog at Women Walking Wisely. Happy New Year, and congratulations, Cheryl Marshall!
If you are interested in seeing more, you can click here to see Daystar University’s webpage featuring Afrizo. Here is a little blurb:
“Daystar University in Nairobi, Kenya is sending its African gospel style musical group, Afrizo to sing in concerts across the U.S. in fall 2009. Afrizo sings music from South, Central, and East Africa, drawing on rich African traditions. The group hopes to raise $350,000 for scholarships to send promising young people to college who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend. ”
Daniel and Tonya at Hebrew and Greek Reader just posted a 20-questions interview with Brian Webster of Dallas Theological Seminary. It sounds very much like he has just gotten published the Hebrew Grammar that *I* was planning to write some day! 🙂 Having also been influenced by Isaac Jerusalmi directly (I studied Syriac with him at Hebrew Union College during my Ph.D. studies in Louisville at Southern Seminary) and indirectly (through interaction with Russell Fuller and working through his textbook), I found a lot in the interview about his pedagogical approach that jibed with my own. I’m looking forward to checking it out and seeing if it’s what I was really hoping to write!
All I can say is, “Where do I get my autographed copy?” Congratulations to Brian Webster, and thanks to D&T for posting a fascinating interview!