Farewell WhitbyForum



For years, I’ve been blogging on WhitbyForum—named for the historic 7th Century double monastery in Northumbria, England. Whitby Abbey represented the Blessed Alliance theme, for it was a double monastery where men and women (monks and nuns) were working together. But the sad fact is that the technology of my old website is outdated, and it is time to move on to something new. It has taken me a while to get this up and running and I still have more tweaking to do.

I’m sorry to see WF go, but very glad finally to be launching this new website, which I can already tell is a lot easier to use—and just in time for some important announcements.

Happening Tonight, February 29!

  • The documentary film, He Named Me Malala will air at 8ET/7CT on the National Geographic Channel. You won’t want to miss this powerful account of Malala’s journey from a little Pakistani girl who was (and still is) hungry to learn who became  a target of the Taliban and is now a global voice on behalf of education for girls, and boys too.  Read my review—“A Warrior Named Malala”—and join the effort to help raise support for the Malala Fund with tweets using the hashtag #withMalala. Every tweet adds $1 to the fund up to a total of $50,000.
  • SheLovesMagazine is hosting a live FaceBook chat on #Malestrom this evening, 9ET/8CT at The Red Couch. I am looking forward to this opportunity to discuss crucial issues that are impacting men and boys globally and the incredibly counter-cultural gospel vision of masculinity that the Bible presents. Join in if you can.

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Books on Sale!

During the month of March, Amazon is offering the eBook version Malestrom for $3.99 for the month of March

Today and tomorrow, Zondervan is offering the eBook version of When Life and Beliefs Collide February 29-March 1 for $1.99.

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2 Responses to Farewell WhitbyForum

  1. Hi Carolyn! I’m writing to ask if you might write for an upcoming Tyndale Bible, the counterpart to the Every Man’s Bible (which has reached 2 million people). You and I knew each other in a “former life,” when I was CEO at MOPS, and we went to Lausanne 2010 together.

    Anyway, could I email you information about the piece(s) and topics that we’re thinking of you for, and hear what you’re “into” these days?

    Dr. Naomi Cramer Overton
    CEO of Stonecroft (stonecroft.org), Past President of MOPS International

    THANKS SO MUCH! Your voice would strengthen this global sisterhood of courageous women shaping important insights for daughters of the King!


  2. Hi Naomi! Yes I do remember you. I’ll contact you through email.


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