Happy Friday! I’ll admit, I can’t believe it’s already July AND I have been thrown off all week because of the holiday on Tuesday. Today feels more like a Wednesday…anyone else?
Just for a quick recap, since we are midway through summer and we have a little more room for fun with friends, we invite you to try some of these questions. Each week we will post a new question on our blog. Share these with friends around lunch or poolside. At the gym. Wherever you’re getting together. If you and your friends are participating in our Summer Blog Club, these would be great icebreakers to kick off each weekly gathering.
Last week the question of the week was “What book or books did you read last year that you loved?” and I’m so excited to add several of your favorites (featured below) to my reading list!
- The Grand Weaver, Ravi Zacharias
- The Gift of Pain, Dr. Paul Brand and Philip Yancey
- 7 Women and the Secret of their Greatness, Eric Metaxas
- Present Over Perfect, Shauna Niequist
I loved hearing your preference in real books vs. Kindle reading and the variety of books, too!
So often, we think of January 1st as the time when we make resolutions or goals for the new year and very rarely do we actually stick with them. I’m guilty of it even though I start out with great intentions and excitement for a “new” goal. So this week, our “question” isn’t so much a question but we would love for you to Share something you would like to add to your life this year.
It can be something simple like turning your phone off at 9pm so you can connect more with your husband before falling asleep. Or reading more books…we have a great list if you’re interested! ;) Or maybe it’s finding a bible study to grow your relationship with the Lord. Whatever it might be, we are excited to hear what you would like to add!
We want our little community here to continue to grow and your contribution to these questions is doing just that! We are grateful you’re joining us on Fridays!
4 thoughts on “Question of the Week #4”
Learn how to relax (mind & body)
A true dependence on God.
Would love to develop my public speaking skills so plan to go through a course. I’ve got a passion for teaching and encouraging women and I know this will get me closer to fulfilling God’s purpose for me.