Some of my favorites. Not an inclusive list for sure. And of course I don’t endorse every word of each but overall a great list of resources.
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An Anglican website which offers morning, mid day and evening prayer services in written and in pod-cast form. They also have books available to guide daily bible readings at home and to assist in developing habits of daily prayer. This is a great resource, and I’m not just saying that because it is created by my husband. Join with thousands who pray along everyday.
A great resource for the understanding and practicing the traditions around the Liturgical Calendar. Edited by Jessica Snell who also blogs.
For the Life of the World by Alexander Schmemann. Probably the most influential book on the faith that we have read in our household. It is short but very dense and highly recommended if you have the time to think through it.
An Orthodox website with easy to listen to pod-casts on a variety of topics including church history, sacraments, liturgical seasons, book studies as well as bible.
How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman. This is a must have. It goes through basics of how to make almost everything from scratch. It is simple but tasty.
The Art of Simple Food by Alice Waters. Another basic for learning to cook. Waters has an emphasis on eating local and in season.
Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. This is a great book to get started in bread making.
Animal Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. A memoir in style which describes what is missing and what we can do to change our American culture of food.
Texas Organic Vegetable Gardening by Howard Garret Sorry this one is mainly about Texas but it is too good not to share.
Carrots Love Tomatoes by Louise Riotte. An introduction and manual for companion gardening.
We, A Great Parade. A blog about motherhood, adoption, sacrificial living and all of the ways we need each other.