|Lake Union Dock, Seattle, photo by the author|
1. Sometimes in the writerly world one feels bereft of energy and vision. Does my voice really matter? Author Kimberlee Conway Ireton says yes. We write (well, she writes) for three powerful reasons:
2. I had grandiose plans to dive intentionally into God’s Word this year. You know, with a plan….then my friend Christy Tennant Krispin, who blogs at ‘Coffee Stains on My Bible’, came up with 52 Weeks of Wisdom. I can’t quite keep up with her, but maybe you can?
Christy’s Weekly Wisdom
3. Ashley Hales is a little busy–four kids, blogging–at Circling the Story, oh, and a husband who’s starting a new church. ‘Quiet time’ is not to be found–so she finds Jesus when she’s dancing. This post for The Mudroom Blog made me smile.
What if Presence is the Only Revelation You Need?
4. Kelly Greer and I met at the Faith and Culture Conference in Oregon two years ago and have been communicating virtually ever since. A bout with cancer kept her world sidelined for a while but now she’s jumping back in to blogging. Kelly is one of our Glory Writers (come visit our Facebook page!) Here is her guest post for Diane Bailey:
Hello from the other side of the calendar
5. This post by Esther Emery for the Mudroom had me weeping in the library. Sometimes only your soul knows what’s buried deep, then someone’s words undo it all….
“I’ve been carried by revelations these last six years. God came for me with a long arm, like Jesus calling. I wasn’t asking in any way that felt to me like asking. I mean, I was asking, come to think of it, pretty desperately. But I was asking for knowledge that I could control. I was not asking for this other kind of knowledge, the kind that comes in backwards and tells you things that you don’t believe.”
What Revelation has to do with the Cheshire Cat (and other things I didn’t know)