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We’re going to try something new with our ‘Food for Thought’ segment. After this week, instead of compiling them all in one, bi-weekly post, we’re going to try posting notable articles to our Facebook page.
I’d love to know what you think, and if you have a preference. Who knows, maybe we’ll return to this format. You never know unless you try, right?! So please do let me know what you think!
Here’s what I’ve been reading:
14 Annoying Facebook Posts that Need to Stop Right Now … at Quirky Bohemian Mama. I love this. I really do. She has managed to narrow down the top irritating, smack your forehead, shake your head things that people do on Facebook. Better check to see if you’re guilty of any of these.
Behind the Scenes of a Blog: Tips to Help Your Favorite Blogger … at Hunt & Host. Wonder how blogs work, why someone would do it, how you can be a blessing to your favorite blogger?
How to Wait on God with Grace … at Glorious Within Her. Has God ever told you to wait? Biblical examples of ladies who didn’t like God’s timing and took things into their own hands. Hint: Things never turned out well.
Marriage: What Do Our Children See? … at Live Life With Your Kids. The way that we “do” marriage will influence our kids’ future relationships. As with most things in parenting, we need to be intentional because we’re teaching them whether we try to our not.
Thirty Years of Steel Magnolias … at Garden & Gun. This is the ‘untold story of what would become one of the most beloved touchstones of Southern culture.” Such an interesting read! The story behind the story and details about the making of the movie. If you love this movie, you’ve gotta read this.
Why I Don’t Believe in Christian Accountability … at Church Leaders. A short piece that makes you think. Maybe we’re ‘doing’ accountability wrong.
What have you been reading?
*A brief disclaimer…I found these particular articles read-worthy. That doesn’t mean that I agree with or advocate everything on the site on which individual posts appear.