Mary Recommends the following sites as helpful resources for study, research, and information.
a site with free listening and downloadable audio books, both Christian and secular, and also foreign language.
Mary Katherine May offers several blogs with free information, content, and downloads.
The Rooster Sings
is a site whose main emphasis is daily devotionals and Chrisitan books in audio format for listening online as well as downloading and sharing.
Hymn and Commentary
is a blog site that contains stories about hymns and research done by Mary Katherine May.
Inspiring Christian Music
features original Christian compositions and hymn arrangements by Mary Katherine May. By request to Mary Katherine May, sheet music is available for many of the compositions on this site.
The House United Blogsite
gives updates and program information for Mary and Rick's public access cable television program produced through Northwest Community Television in Brooklyn Park, MN. The House United is produced through a non-profit organization, and all production content is free for public use.
Civil War Study
is a site with transcriptions of historic documents and other material related to the National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer as declared by President Abraham Licoln for April 30, 1863.
Samuel West Essays
contains the transcription of the original document, Essays on Liberty and Necessity
by Samuel West, published in 1793.
A R Bradbury
contains the transcription of the original document, A Poem, that was presented at Lapham Institute in North Scituate, Rhode Island, on September 7, 1863.
includes historic information as gathered together by Mary Katherine May for the the state of Minnesota's sesquicentennial in relation to Pierre Bottineau, and Osseo, Minnesota.
Free Christian Homeschool Resource
contains children's book reviews and resource materials suitable for those involved in Christian education as an alternative to public school attendance.
The Crafty Stitcher
is where Mary Katherine May shares ideas for hand crafted items that come from her interest in sewing as a creative outlet and time for prayer.
is a site where Mary shares her non-traditional way of collecting postcards and letters from the past--for the content, as "windows" into life of the past.
is Mary May's YouTube channel, the place where many video excerpts from The House United, Mary's thoughts on current events, video book reviews, and Christian stories are located.