Links Worth Reading (1/17)

Links Worth Reading

5 Truths to Set You Free by Erin Davis

“Despite our best intentions, why do we so often fail at reshaping who we are? Maybe it’s because we’re so focused on self-improvement that we miss the transformation that only comes from God’s Word.” Erin goes on to share 5 specific truths we must personalize, to help us know true freedom in Christ.

Loneliness. You’re Not Alone. by Sarah Beals

“What’s a girl to do when she feels/faces loneliness? Well, try to identify why you are lonely.” Sarah shares three overarching categories of loneliness, along with some excellent advice from Elisabeth Elliot about the “cure” for loneliness.

Social Media Goals by Mandy J. Hoffman

“There are a lot of social media goals that could be made…  However, there is one goal that should be at the top of your list – or if you have no goals – your only goal.” Loved this short reminder of what our focus should be as Christians, not just on social media, but in all of life. Also includes 3 questions that might be worth posting on/near your computer screen.

Review of Dee Henderson’s Unspoken 

What do a rare coin dealer and a mysterious sketch artist have in common? They’re both part of Dee Henderson’s newest novel, Unspoken. Read the rest of my (short) review over at What’s On My Nightstand.

Valley of Vision, a collection of Puritan Prayers & Meditations

In the publisher’s words: “This book has been prepared not to ‘supply’ prayers but to prompt and encourage the Christian as he treads the path on which others have gone before.” Last week I was looking for an online version of this excellent book, so I could read it on my phone, and a Facebook friend kindly shared this link with me (thanks Marie!!!). The link refreshes to a new reading for each day, or you can find a list of all the readings on the sidebar menu.



2 thoughts on “Links Worth Reading (1/17)

  1. Especially liked the “Social Media Goals.” Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks! I appreciate you sharing!

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