At Under the Cover of Prayer, Jen Cudmore shares a challenge to go deeper than surface prayers for people who may irritate us–to do battle for them in prayer. See the full post: You Want Me to Pray for Whom?
At Other Food: daily devos, Violet Nesdoly reminds us that even Christians, if we’re not careful, can find ourselves living according to the flesh instead of the Spirit if we’re “following sinful tendencies in ways that may not even appear overtly sinful… living as if God did not exist. That is, living by one’s own resources and wits.” For wisdom on how to live oriented to the Spirit instead of the natural, read Turn the Dial to “Spirit”.
At Christian Work at Home Ministries, Melinda Means offers Three Ways to Follow God’s Plan for Your Work (for those days when our to-do lists threaten to rule us).
At Choose NOW Ministries, Tara Fairfield shares her top 5 strategies to be ready for the faith-testing storms of life. Read When the Perfect Storm Hits.
And at New Music Tuesday, an interview with Jonny Diaz gives me a new perspective on why it’s okay to be inadequate. See Jonny Diaz: Lettin’ It Fly.
Really interesting posts, Janet. Good stuff and sound wisdom. (I was able to read them all except for the first one.)
Heaven’s Prey has garnered some wonderful reviews — congratulations! ~~+~~
Thank you, Peter — and thanks for the heads-up about that link. It’s fixed now!
Thank you for this Janet! How are the Amazon free week and sales going for the book? Well, I hope!
Thanks, Violet! The free and sale days went well… some new reviews are popping up for Heaven’s Prey.