Books by Becka - Books to nourish mind, soul, and spirit
Here is a list of some of the websites that inform, affirm, inspire, and challenge me.  Perhaps you'll find that they speak to you as well.

This is the official website of the C.S. Lewis Foundation, which is "dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learning and the culture at large."  Here you can find biographical data about C.S. Lewis, study guides for a number of his books, background and updates on the status of The C.S. Lewis College, information on conferences and academic programs, and links to a community of people living out Lewis's legacy.

The Wade Center at Wheaton College (near Chicago) houses an extensive collection of materials by and about seven British authors:  Owen Barfield, G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Dorothy L. Sayers, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams.  Researchers have access to a treasure trove of information here.  

Andrew Lazo is a leading authority and well-known speaker on all things C.S. Lewis, as well as a gifted writer in his own right.  Visit his website to read intriguing articles on a wide variety of topics, and to find information about his speaking schedule.

Lancia Smith is an anointed photographer, with an extraordinary gift for capturing not only her subjects' images but also their spirits.  An artist in words as well, Lancia consistently trains her lens, her pen, and her readers' attention on the good, the true, and the beautiful.  The visitor to her website will be blessed by lovely pictures framed in thoughtful text.

Malcolm Guite - Anglican priest, prolific poet, motorcycle rider, rock 'n' roller, serious scholar, popular speaker - shares his many gifts freely in a wide array of venues, the most accessible of which to those of us on the west side of the pond is his extensive website.

Kelly Belmonte is a poet, a creative consultant, a quiet "collaborat(or) with the Muses to inspire, create and illuminate," and a bringer-together of kindred spirits into conversation about the vast wealth of the world's poetry.