Laudable Linkage

Here are some of the interesting reads that stood out to me this week:

10 Ways Writers Lose Blog Traffic and Alienate Readers. I can add an 11th: too many ads or ads that are annoying.

37 Ways to Love One Another, HT to Challies.

When You Feel Inadequate. Revive Our Hearts has had Sharon Jaymes on this week for a series on lies women tell themselves.

She Will Come – For the Single Missionary. Sweet, poignant poem about finding contentment in Christ alone written by missionary Dave Hosaflook in his single days. Good for non-missionaries as well.:)

As You Leave the Field For Furlough, a note from a veteran missionary to a coworker.

Life Beyond the Empty Nest, HT to Chrysalis.

Book Filtering. I haven’t read the book this is promoting, but I love the introductory thoughts, pertinent to anyone who has lamented over “too many books, not enough time.”

Speaking of books, e-Mom is selling some.

Women’s Ministry ideas, HT to Creative Ladies’ Ministry Facebook page.

How to Make Cake Stands — that hold multitudes of things beyond cakes. Really neat idea for receptions, luncheons, etc. More are here (giveaway is closed, I am just linking for the photos and ideas).

Some of you might have been following and praying for Amy Bixby‘s battle with cancer. She just went Home to heaven yesterday, and a friend posted this rendition of the precious promise of No More Night. I hope you’ll pray for the family left behind, a father and seven children, plus the father’s father just had a heart attack a few days ago.

2 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. A terrific list of links! Love Nancy Leigh DeMoss; she’s always full of such Godly wisdom for women.

    Thanks so much for the link love. And those cake stands are outrageous! I’ll post a link over at my kitchen site soon.

    Enjoy your weekend, Barbara.

  2. I enjoyed reading the blog advice!:)

    And will definitely pray for the Bixby family. I hadn’t known about Amy… but did check out the link and her story. A believer’s home-going is always bitter-sweet!

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