I present this week's Friday Five - a collection of things found along the way this week.
This one made me want to soak up all of those little moments with Thea that will one day just be memories. It's encouraging to be reminded that the "experts" are not always correct when it comes to doing what loves your children and blesses your relationship with them.
A helpful read for any Christian. Ministering to people in this generation and culture looks different from 30+ years ago. As the article articulates, sharing the gospel with others starts with a whole lot of listening and a lot less talking to start.
I've been thinking about this idea a lot since having Thea.
Brandon and I watched Togo this weekend and I one hundred percent agree with this article that you should watch this film with your family this weekend.
I'm eager to share more with you about this book, but it's a good one! I have the privilege of being a part of the launch team for this book, and I have had the pleasure of reading it before it releases in February. This book is a needed dialogue about touch and how Jesus ministered to people through touch.
Well there's my Friday Five for this week. Comment below if you have any favorite things from this week.
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