What I’m Loving This Month February 2020

February has flown by! I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite things I’ve been using, reading and loving this month!

  • The Rise of Christianity
    I am reading this for one of my Master of Divinity classes, and it has been, hands down, my favorite book of the semester. It’s a mixture of scientific and sociological stuff that talks through the history and growth of Christianity. It sound boring, but if you skip the first chapter, I think you’ll enjoy it just as much as I did.

  • Colorful Silicone Straws
    I used to use stainless steel reusable straws but I never liked the weird metallic taste. I felt like it affected the coffee taste, and no one wants that! These silicone straws have no taste and come in great colors!

  • Bluetooth Scale
    This might be a super random one, but honestly, I’m loving it. This is a body weight scale that connects to an app on your phone, so when you weigh in, it tracks all sorts of things including body fat, BMI, muscle mass, bone mass, and more. It has been very helpful as I work toward certain health goals!

  • Stitch Fix
    Seriously guys, every box I get from Stitch Fix has been an absolute home run. I can take a quiz daily to get more and more honed in to my style every day. But whoever styles my outfits is phenomenal. I seriously recommend it, and now you don’t have to do a monthly or every three months subscription, you can do a once off whenever you feel like it!
    You can even leave a note for your stylist about any specific occasions that might be coming up that you’d like a new look for, and they can look at your Pinterest page to see what kinds of things you like! It’s amazing.
    Click here to get $25 off your first box!

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Published by Marissa

I am an ordained minister and have my M.A. in Theology & Culture. I have worked with church plants across the United States, served with ministries in France and Turkey, and spent years working against sex trafficking alongside incredible organizations. I believe that theology is for everyone, and that’s why I’m passionate about teaching and mentoring believers in their faith journey.

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