Here is what I know. My arm still hurts from a monster scrape I got on Friday night after a rehearsal. It is profoundly annoying. The end.
Also, some beautiful posts today. Check them out and enjoy!
- Oh my. This poem by Holly Grantham makes me blush. And sigh. Absolutely stunning piece of writing.
- If you’ve ever wondered how your unique self works with the rest of the world, don’t miss this short, poignant post by Kimberly Knight.
- I pretty much never, ever recommend that you listen to an hour-long sermon. But I’m making an exception this week. DO NOT MISS this sermon by Greg Boyd. This resonated so strongly with me.
- Preston Yancey wrote a little bit about unity and a little bit about mysticism and a little bit about quiet. And as I have come to know this man over the past few months, I so want to join him in each of those things.
- I can’t tell you how happy I am that Allie Brosh is back. I laughed and sobbed at her return post. It’s Hyperbole and a Half, so you know, language. But seriously. So good.
- I was so thankful for what Elizabeth Smart had to say about how purity culture impacted her following her abduction, and I loved what Kristen Howerton added to it at her blog. This is important stuff.
- And just in case you were looking for a seriously last-minute gift for a mom that you love, check out Glennon Melton’s book, Carry On Warrior. I’ve been reading it and it is just amazing.
What did you read/write/watch/listen to this week that moved you? Link it up in the comments!