The Super Simple Spiritual Sunday Meme is simply a list of my favorite finds this week. When you visit here don’t forgot to check out the snippets from my favorite blogs on the lower right sidebar. The list is updated daily.
- Tell-a-Marketer – Carol Hatcher’s post on Writer Interrupted is convicted to change her attitude about telemarketers and finds a prayer partner.
- What I’d Like For You To Know: A Mom of Autstic Children – Rocks in My Dryer‘s guest speaker Arianne shares her moving story about raising three autistic sons.
- The God Journey Podcasts – Weekly podcast by Wayne Jacobsen and Brad Cummings, is an ever-expanding conversation about life and thinking outside the box of what we’ve always known (in regard to religion and our relationship with God)
- Escaping the Homeschool Matrix – Encouragement for homeschool moms dealing with those “lower than a snake’s belly” days. We’ve all been in the valleys, and it helps to remember that you’re not alone.
- Tablet Ignites Debate on Messiah and Resurrection – A story from the NY Times Herald Tribune reports: A three-foot-tall tablet with 87 lines of Hebrew that scholars believe dates from the decades just before the birth of Jesus is causing a quiet stir in biblical and archaeological circles, especially because it may speak of a messiah who will rise from the dead after three days….”
Free Books Online
If you have a Kindle e-book reader you can send these online books to your Kindle free via email.
- He Loves Me – I posted the first chapter of this book in an earlier blog post Daisy Petal Christianity. Download the first draft of this book free here (194 pg PDF)
- Evangelical Christian library- Featuring free online books for the whole family by contemporary Christian authors such as Robert Boyd Munger, Jill Briscoe, Francis Schaeffer, Chuck Swindoll, John Fischer, J.I. Packer and many more.
- The Kneeling Christian – This classic book on prayer is now available free online. Written by “An Unknown Author” answers the most basic and often-asked questions Christians have about prayer. My Grandmother gave me this book soon after I became a Christian. I read it over and over amazed at the source of power available to us through prayer. Prayer, communication with the Creator of the universe, must be a central part of our day to prepare us for daily challenges. I urge you to read this book aloud with your family.
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Disclaimer: If I recommend a blog post it is because I was encouraged by that post. It does not mean I agree with the author’s beliefs or other blog posts.