03 May 2014

Week Recommendations #17

This week's recommendations: a video on love through a disability, a new perspective on "sabbatical," the new month's book club choice at She Loves, and a mom reminder for what's important

Love through a Disability

2014 Update: The Story of Ian and Larissa from Citygate Films on Vimeo.

A Break: What Could Be More Important to an Overworked Christian?
These are timely, wise words from a seasoned missionary. What should we be seeking when stepping away from work, especially ministry work? How should our rest look?

Rested, Restored, Forgiven by Rachel Pieh Jones at SheLovesMagazine

Online Book Club
SheLovesMagazine's book club, The Red Couch, is starting their next selection this week. On May 7, there will be an introductory post for Getting Involved with God: Rediscovering the Old Testament by Ellen Davis. Any are welcome to join the discussions and the Facebook group. (They read one book per month.)

What Are We Teaching Our Children to Love?
I've been feeling off balance, and it's not just because I have three kids to juggle, which leaves me lopsided...unless one is on my shoulders. Ha. ha. ha. This article attacks the things we prize and puts our eyes back where they need to focus--as mothers.

The Most Important Thing I Can Give to my Children by Natalie Falls at The Better Mom

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