Light Friday Hit List: 1/14/11
Rounding up posts from around the web that challenged, inspired, encouraged, made me laugh, or all of the above. Be sure to check out these favorites and tell them I sent you!
And for even more great posts and favorites, be sure to visitÂ Kevin Martineauâ€™s blog as well. The list was a little shorter this week as I was out of town and had a day-off yesterday. Hope you enjoy though!
- Who are you going to offend? by Mark Batterson (Evotional.com).Â You’re going to offend someone. Might as well choose who it’ll be.
- Getting Rid of Trash by Karin Fendick (Flickers of a Faithful Firefly). She was sneaky, but the point she makes is a doozy!
- Broken â€“ Blog Carnival by Peter Pollock (PeterPollock.com). There are so many great entries and it begins with Peter’s wonderful thoughts. Go check it out.
- Not Broken, But Restored by Helen Migon (Random Musings). Â Helen tells beautiful stories and reveals wonderful truth. You have to risk the brokenness to get the value.
- The Power of Transition by Jay Cookingham (Soulfari). Somebody must have opened up the transition floodgates because there are a lot of us going through it. Great wisdom here and in Part 2.
- MY BLACKBERRY IS NOT WORKING! from Michael Hyatt. Great word play on this hilarious video (thanks to @KevinMartineau for pointing me there)
- I’m with the Band by Jennifer Dukes Lee (for the High Calling). I love the joy of this post and the display of fearlessness!
- Broken by Ginny (Make a Difference to One). Great analogy to remind us that we don’t have toÂ perpetuateÂ the brokenness.
- Do You Plan For The Worst And Hope For The Best? by Bonnie Gray (Faith Barista). This another powerhouse post that you just need to read. You should also go and check out the other posts connected to this Faith Jam.
- The problem is with us, not with God! by Kevin Martineau. This post takes the familiar adage, “don’t put a period where God puts a comma” and expoundsÂ exponentially. Great post!
Man, I had a lot of favorites this week. There were so many others that encouraged me so greatly so thank you to everyone who writes. As one who feels accomplished this week, I hope you do too–sort of like this little guy. He came. He saw. He conquered. He very probably got too excited and wet himself.
Also! Don’t forget the 2nd edition of the Warrior Poet Circle is coming up this Monday. This time our prompt is the story of Jesus feeding the 5000. I hope you’ll join us!
Do you have a favorite post or link you want to share? Ready to discuss Â one of my picks? Â Are you celebrating any little or bigÂ accomplishmentsÂ this week?