Hello, friends! The summer is rolling quickly along and tomorrow I head out on vacation with the family. As such, I’ll be taking the week off from blogging. But I will be sending out a newsletter this week at some point, so if you’d like to read something, you can sign up here.
And now, on to my favorites of the week!
- One of the first things that I read this week was this piece by Leigh Kramer. It’s brutally and beautifully honest. I can’t wait to give her a big hug next weekend.
- My kids are huge fans of Minecraft. Like, they all of matching t-shirts declaring their love of the game. And I’ll be honest, I just don’t get it. So I adored (!!!!) this post by Heather King in which she admits that she doesn’t get it either.
- My friend Ed Cyzewski wrote a fantastic post about why he hates the word inerrancy. So much good stuff here.
- Have you ever questioned if your art is really “worth it”? This post by Karin Gillespie was written specifically for writers, but I think it applies to any art form.
- Shawn Smucker still writes over at A Deeper Church. His post there this week encouraging each of us to see the need around us and to respond is one worth reading.
- This post by Emily Maynard feels like she’s inside my brain. It’s super crazy to see failure as “safe,” but I get this all the way.
- One of my favorite new bands is Johnnyswim. They have a new EP that released this week. You should definitely go right now and buy it. Because it is SO GOOD.
What have you read/written/watched/listened to this week that moved you? Link it up below!