This has been a great week of making connections at our new church, learning lessons from my husband, following a new reading plan, and receiving new books to review!
**The Lord has blessed us more than ever with making new friends at our new church, Restoration Church.
The kindred spirit, the Holy Spirit, is so evident in each individual that we come in contact with!
We are deep into a series on the Gospel of Mark. I was so impacted by a statement that one of our pastors made that I wrote about it in “Get Up From Learning and Start Serving”.
**A few days ago I got new insight on how my beloved husband fathers our boys. What I saw as a moment of them needing correction, he saw as an opportunity to show them grace. I immediately captured my thoughts of it here in “A Daddy and His Sons – Insight that Momma Doesn’t Have”.
**I’m a regular reader of Rachel Wojnarowski’s blog, RachelWojo.com. She has kicked of a March Bible Reading Plan that I’m loving already!
It includes reading a chapter a day in Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, and 1 John. Very easy and meaty reading.
She sums up each week with a highlight post of the chapters that have been read that week.
It isn’t too late to join!! March Bible Reading Challenge
** Prayer is my “spiritual love language”!! I love praying for others through intercession.
I love reading about prayer and being encouraged by faith writers that present the depth that can be had through prayer.
I’m super excited to be able to read and review The Praying Woman’s Devotional by Stormie Omartian, and The Red Letter Prayer Life by Bob Hostetler.
Look for those reviews soon!
In the meantime, you can read about other resources for prayer that I enjoy on my
Called to Prayer page.
I want to share the posts that blessed me this week!
- You Don’t Have to Be a Blogger to Be My Friend by Angie Tolpin
- Why One Size Fits All Advice Marriage Advice Doesn’t Exist by Sheila Wray Gregoire
- Counting the Hours by Five In Tow
- Why You Should Stop Saying You’re Broken by The MOM Initiative
Have an awesomely blessed weekend and I hope to see you throughout the week!!
With Sword and Coffee,
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