It’s the most wonderful week of the year. Yeah, I get the magic of Christmas and everything, but if you ask me the real magic is in the complete lack of expectations and still being off of school and work. The week between Christmas and New Year’s happens to be that week for me and I’ve celebrated by doing some planning, playing games with the kids, and generally laying around plowing through my TBR stack.
How to Teach Your Teen to Read the Bible: As someone who adores ministry with students, this is such a great post by Jen Wilkin, who breaks it down and makes it accessible and practical.
Free Printable Calendar: 2019 is just around the corner. I like to have a printable calendar downloaded because my kids like to keep track and it seems like something always pops off when I need to print out a month. This one happens to be beautiful!
I Took My Shirt Off and So Should You: Listen, for modesty reasons I’m not going to work out with my shirt off, but seriously? I loved this article. I loved the sentiment. I loved the humor.
Songs of Common Prayer: I’m going to whisper a little secret to you: I don’t love worship music. It’s not that I don’t love to worship God, it’s just that the music doesn’t always do it for me. This album is rich and reflective so if you, too, like something a bit more meditative (I’m looking at you Millennials) than this album is a perfect mixture of liturgy and charisma.