Here are some of the new or new-to-me places I’ve found on the Internet:
My Utmost for His Highest provides daily devotionals by Oswald Chambers
Under the Cover of Prayer shares insights, revelations and stories that will show the power of prayer.
Kyria is an online, subscription-based magazine for Christian women. You can check out a free sample here: Kyria: December 2009: Rest.
Listening to My Hair Grow is a new blog from Rose McCormick Brandon with posts on various topics that arise from “a search to regain quietness in my life”.
Live Green, Live Better is a garden-related blog by Kim Burgsma, offering “tips, tricks and true confessions from a landscape designer”.
Heartfelt Devotionals offers a variety of “Thoughts for Common Sense Living” from Brenda Wood.
Return Home and Tell is a new blog from Kimberley Payne, acting on Jesus’ words in Luke 8:39, “Return home and tell how much God has done for you.”
Free2soar offers flight-themed poetry and Scripture.
Talk on the Way is a website “dedicated to helping our generation know more than just facts about Jesus–to know Him personally” with articles and conversations to deepen personal spiritual growth and relationships.
Maureen’s Musings is the art-and-words blog of Nova Scotia folk artist and writer Maureen Newman. Maureen’s Rural Moments site will let you see all of her paintings.
Dreaming Big shares “reflections about identity, freedom and dreaming with God” from Christian speaker Heather Boersma.
And a hearty thank-you to Ann Voskamp of A Holy Experience, whose blog is not new to me but whose Write! Canada workshop on blogging challenged Christian writers to remember Jesus’ upside-down definition of success and to serve with our words.
Janet, as always I’m blessed with your generosity in giving a heads-up to readers re all these new blogs, plus other goodies. .
Thank you, Violet! There are too many cool things to find on the internet–we’d never know about a lot of them if people didn’t share.
Yes sometimes I think I am wasting time ‘searching’ but the rewards are great!! Brenda Wood
There are lots of good things to find (nasty stuff too–just got my eyes seared when I mis-typed a web address!!). Thanks for leaving the link to your blog, Brenda. It’s definitely worth a visit.