One of my favorite things is to share fun and formative things that I've found with family and friends. So here is a round up of fun and formative finds from the month of October. I hope that you enjoy them. Let me know if you have any fun or formative finds from October.
I first heard this song at the end of a creative narrative film by a spoken word artist whose work I enjoy. Since then, I keep thinking about this song and listening to it.
Tim Challies, a Christian writer and blogger, shares some great tips for Christian bloggers. I took some notes. If you've ever thought about writing a blog, these might be helpful for you as well.
I just finished reading this book by Latasha Morrison, and I thought it was a helpful primer in thinking through racial reconciliation. I know that's a loaded topic right now, but Latasha offers some gracious and helpful thoughts as a Christian for Christians.
Brandon and I enjoyed watching this Netflix family show at the beginning of October. We were impressed by the music, character development, and the enticing story, and the general cleanliness of the show in terms of content and language. There are definitely some things that we would disagree with theologically ;) but overall it's a family tv show we'd recommend.
This one is a throwback. It's a 31 day series I wrote back in 2016. It was life-giving to write, and I've considered writing some more on the topic. If you're looking to learn more about life in the kingdom of God, you might enjoy this series.
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