Jen Hatmaker's post on grace is a must-read here.
Amy's post on the Verge conference makes me want to "Just Go" next year.
And Ann Voskamp's most recent post on radical living tears me apart in a good way.
What I'm Listening To:
I just received the Passion 2013 CD, and it is sing-along, dance-along worthy. Excellent.
I've continued "eating" books lately, including Sacred Search by Gary Thomas. It's just as good as his prior book Sacred Influence.
Today, I just finished reading a book on the benefits of apple cider vinegar. Sounds random, I know. But my mother recommended it, and I'm on board for trying a teaspoon in a cup of water a couple of times a day because I'm not the best when it comes to eating veggies.
I'm about two-thirds of the way through Brene Brown's latest book called Daring Greatly. The language isn't all clean, but the conclusions that she shares on her twelve-year study of shame and vulnerability is eye-opening. I'm still wrapping my mind around the first four chapters. Very interesting read. (Please excuse the coconut oil fingerprints all over the cover.)
What I'm Enjoying:
It's springtime, and although the pollen has wreaked havoc on my sinuses, I love seeing what God is up to in nature. Things that looked dead just a few weeks ago are now budding, reminding me that He is a Restorer and an amazing Artist and Creator.
What are you enjoying right now?