Here are a few thought-provoking posts discovered recently.
Heart Check: 4 Questions to Gauge the Stage of Your Heart.
My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness. Interview with Rachel Denhollander.
Most of Life Is Waiting. “I feared my circumstances more than I feared God. I had lost sight of the reality that both trials and triumphs are part of the good story God is writing through me.”
On Threats From a Hostile Culture.
Don’t Hold Loved Ones Back From God.
The Simple Beauty of Wisdom. The ladies at Do Not Depart have been studying through Proverbs in January and end with the last two chapters. I thought the comments about the “virtuous woman” in particular were very practical and encouraging.
What Do We Do With the King James Version?
Enneagram: The Road Back to You, Or to Somewhere Else?, HT to Challies.
How the Mom Internet Became a Spotless, Sponsored Void, HT to Challies. I don’t think it’s totally dead, and I think there is a place for both the “raw” and the “pretty” types of mom blogs, but this makes some insightful observations.
Physician to Parents: You’re Doing It Wrong. The title is a little off-putting, but he has some practical advice here.
Why You Can’t Measure the Value of Homemaking, HT to Challies .
Don’t Stop Coming.
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I’m a bit later than usual getting to the computer today, but here are a few links discovered in the last week or so that I found interesting:
Sisters, Jesus Is Not Your Cheerleader.
Four Daily Prayers For Your Children.
Signs and Wonders. Interesting study of them in the Bible.
Beggars & Me from a missionary friend.
4 Spiritual Disciplines For Christian Authors.
The 13 Most Amazing Findings in the 2016 Exit Polls.
The Childhood Struggles of Every Myers- Briggs Type. I’m not quite up on the types and keep forgetting which I am (though I know it starts with an I!) But thought this had some good points.
Winning Photos From the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Some of these are pretty funny.
And finally, a friend shared this on Facebook: someone added dialogue to his pet guinea pigs’ movements, and it turned out pretty funny, especially for this time of year when pumpkin spice stuff is everywhere.
Have a good weekend!