This was another week with some amazing posts. Here’s just a few of them:
Giveaway by Barefoot Hippie Girl
Enter to win a copy of Edith Shaeffer’s The Tapestry along with a few other goodies. You have until Monday at midnight! And make sure you take the time to read her post too. It gives you a great picture of Edith Shaeffer and what she’s written about.
Make It or Buy It? by Modern Mrs. Darcy
If you have ever considered giving handmade gifts to people, you need this guide that Anne created. It’s a great tool for deciding whether it’s truly worth making something, considering cost and time and interest, among other things. And take a few moments to check out her craft examples, while you’re there!
If you need some encouragement, if you feel stuck in a rut, if you’re going through a seemingly unending time of difficulty – go ahead and read this. It’s relevant. It’s relatable. And it’s filled with the hope of God’s promises.
Always Hope by Choosing Joy Daily
How does you find hope, when your doctor says there is none? You have to read this testimony, to see why true hope is always within reach. Even in the most difficult circumstances. Such a great reminder to stay focused on the eternal rather than the now.
These four women are all godly leaders within the blogging community, and they’ve teamed up to provide this great series on marriage. Each one of them will writing about the same topic, every Monday in September. This week’s topic is prayer.
Things I’m thankful for this week:
- 62 months of marriage with my wonderful husband!!
- pumpkin spice coffee from Dunkin Donuts!
- prayer requests going viral via social media
- seeing God work through prayer
- freedom to speak freely about God
- cooler mornings to go walking
- flowers blooming along the roadway
- learning how to cook new things
- thought-provoking posts on facebook
- free LEGO’s from our own attic!!
And… just 2 more weeks until my ebook is released! It’s called “Trust. Hope. Rejoice.” and it’s got 30 short excerpts from this blog about dealing with life’s difficulties. I hope you’ll find it helpful and encouraging! And if you’d like to review it on your blog, I’ll send you a copy in advance!
What inspiration have you found this week?
What are you thankful for today?