Friday, June 2, 2017

The Bouquet * 6 . 2 . 17

Here's this week's gathering of top notch posts from my online travels, a handful of absolute best discoveries.  These are thought-provoking, soul-stirring writings that have hit home for me, good stuff I believe is worth the investment of your valuable time.

I hope you'll find a few spare minutes this weekend to curl up and page through these offerings.  Bookmark and savor, my friend. 

And then agree or disagree, come back and let's talk ...

Small Steps: A Simple Trick to Read More Throughout the Day ~ Erin Loechner

7 Questions to Ask to Help You Make Sense of Your Life ~ Tasha Eurich

Who's In Charge of the Christian Blogosphere? ~ Tish Harrison Warren

How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss ~ Sheryl Sandberg

These 10 Habits Will Change Your Life for the Better ~ Travis Bradberry

Weekend joys ~


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  1. I must confess, Linda, I never got around to last week's suggested blogs. My bad! I will write a note to myself to really and truly get to some of these over the weekend.

    1. Don't you just love bookmarking a must-read? Sooner or later, when we have time, it's just sitting waiting for our perusal ...


      May your weekend be a restful one, Martha!

  2. Thanks for your good reviews, Linda! Have a great weekend! We are going to see Sydney share her testimony and be baptized!

    1. Oh what a glorious celebration that's going to be, Pam. Can't wait to hear all about it.

      God has been so very good ...

  3. Always appreciate good referrals! I will peruse the list this weekend!
    Blessings,My Friend!

  4. I'll be checking them - thanks!

  5. Will go over these links.
    I think I'll start with the 7 questions to see if they're similar with mine.. :)

    Have a wonderful week!

    1. Don't you just love questions?

      Usually it's easier to ask them than to honestly respond, isn't it ...

      Hope you're having a good week, Lux.

  6. I've been following this conversation that Tish started. Several podcasts I listen to have interviewed her, and I find her reasoned and biblical arguments to be very compelling. She and I would not agree on everything, I'm sure, but I enjoyed her book, and I am extremely challenged by and impressed by her sharp thinking and her desire above all that God be glorified through her life of service to Him.

    1. And isn't this one of blogging's best gifts? That we get to hear the hearts of others, even if our theology might not match up to the nth degree. That we grow and expand, that our borders enlarge.

      Your comment is so meaningful to me this afternoon, Michele.