IVP - Strangely Dim - Women's History Month

March 16, 2009

Women's History Month

So, it is nearly the middle of March, a month which, like February, has nearly sprung away without mention of some important remembrances which these months are specially designated to honor. Since March is Women's History Month, we'd like to take some time to pay attention to some of the women whose lives have influenced us personally, culturally and spiritually.

We here at Strangely Dim will take turns highlighting some of the female historical figures who have especially caught our eye. We invite you, too, to take time to reflect on those who have gone before.
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