Best of Connect Faith in November 2016

By Leigh Harper, November 30, 2016

We hope you unplugged a bit in November to spend time with loved ones. Here’s a recap of our most-read stories of the month in case you missed some of them as you celebrated Thanksgiving or hit Black Friday sales.

  1. Christy and Nathan Nockels on Worship, Marriage and “Gilmore Girls”

  2. What I Learned at the Belong Tour

  3. Getting Personal With Shauna Niequist

  4. Food Blogger Yvonne M. Maffei Gets to the Heart of Halal

  5. Video: Connect Faith 2016 Highlights

  6. Letting Loose at MOMcon

  7. Meet the Food Blogger Behind My Catholic Kitchen

  8. Are Convention Centers Worth the Investment?

  9. Amy Kritzer on What Jew Wanna Eat

  10. 5 Tours for Gaining New Perspective in Host Cities

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