Hello friends! It has been a busy few weeks over here, and I'm thankful for a slower pace after a busy start to spring. If you're new around here, I love sharing fun and formative things that I find around the interwebs in the hopes that they might be fun and formative for you too! Here is a list of a few finds from April.
An article on how subtracting things from your life can actually add to it.
This wonderfully short book offers ten principles in thinking about a family's engagement with technology. This is something I've been thinking about lately with my toddler and I found it encouraging and helpful in thinking through what boundaries might benefit my family as we engage with technology.
This quote sums up this find: "The next time you hear someone offer a prescriptive way of living, go get your Bible and look up the operative word of their prescription (wife, mother, father, shepherd, pastor, money, marriage, children, etc.). Read every verse on it just so you can see the array of stories God's people lived out." Worth the read.
This is a fun find. It's the website for the social strategy game that my husband Brandon created, and full disclosure, I won the second season of this game. He's now taking applications for the third season 😉. Whether you're interested in playing or not, you might find the website amusing, especially the reviews.
This worship song has been reverberating in my head for the past month! A helpful reminder of the faithfulness of God.
Let me know If you have any fun or formative finds from this month!
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