Sunday, April 17, 2005

Boundless Webzine

One of Focus on the Family's lesser-known ministries is their Boundless Webzine. A recent email notification of updates to the site made me think that it's the kind of resource that readers of a blog like this would be interested in. Here's their description of what they're about:
The time between the home of your youth and the home you'll make for yourself someday is a time of adventure, discovery and excitement; but also loneliness, longing and uncertainty.
From college to career to relationships, we at Boundless want to cast a vibrant vision for the single years, helping you navigate this season while preparing for the challenges and responsibilities of the one to come. That requires living intentionally with purpose by bringing your gifts, talents and Christian worldview to bear on your whole life.
Our contributing authors are renowned journalists, scholars and thinkers from around the globe who are here to help you enjoy the journey.
J. P. Moreland and J. Budziszewski (One day I'll no longer need to look at one of his books to properly spell his name) are among the regular contributors. Even though the site is designed to target Christian college students and singles in their twenties and thirties, it's worthwhile reading for those of us who are hitched and/or just a tad older.

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