from the Inbox:Italian priest and web designer, Fr. Paolo Padrini, has developed the iBreviary, which has been approved by the Vatican. Cool, huh? (Proceeds go to charity.) See details here and here. (Fr. Joe, are you listening? This is you all over.)
Maureen Wittmann is techno-savvy, too. She's offering web seminars at Homeschool Connections. If you missed her presentation on "Organizing Your Classroom" you can still find it, and the next session, on January 7th, features Danielle Bean (though it looks like that one's already full! Be on the lookout for more to come.)
Maureen is also looking for your ideas for future topics, so visit her soon.
Atticus and I help, in a tiny way, to sponsor a great missionary couple, from FOCUS, Joshua and Elisabeth Gideon. Joshua recently shared a copy of Curtis Martin's new book, Made for More. Find out more here, at the website.
Some quotes from students (students can get a free copy of the book, and can ask questions through the website):
“Made for More has helped provide a foundation for my faith that I never had in my upbringing. It's helped solidify my knowledge as to who Jesus is and has cleared any misconceptions that I've had of the foundation of the faith."
~Wendy, SDSU Senior
"Made For More is exactly what a college student who is struggling with their faith needs. It leaves readers with no other choice but to understand Jesus Christ as Savior. It truly shows students that they were not made for any ordinary life but made as children of God to live in His extraordinary love.”
~ Ben, Bradley University Senior