Renee Swopes' new book, A Confident Heart: How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Find Security in Christ is available for a great limited-time price, just $2.99 on Kindle or Nook, and $ 2.39 at CBD . You may recognize Renee from the The Proverbs 31 Ministries Radio Program.
And better yet, the companion journal (The 7-Day Doubt Diet) is currently free! Find it at CBD, Nook, and Kindle as well.
Now on to the blogs...
We've added 3 new members to our blogging community. Please welcome Kelley at The Big Long Wait, Shanda Oakley at A Pause on the Path, and Kathy at Christian Book Mom.
I've started a list of linkies you might like to consider. These can be helpful when you want to write. They're also a great way to connect with other bloggers.
*I've also got a directory idea in the works, so please stay tuned!*
Cindy has put together a great list of money-saving ideas.
A Great Cause!
This past Thursday was World Water Day, and I highlighted my favorite water ministry.
Caught in Creativity!
Heather at Catalyst Wife has begun having pinterest dates with friends. Check out her burlap carrots! This also got my wheels to turning -- a pinterest gathering as a ministry platform that could springboard into something deeper? Food for thought!
You'll also want to admire the cute cupcakes from the daughters of our Masked Sparrow. "One thing I am learning recently is that children need to achieve something regularly," she writes.
Yours truly is trying to re-create spring as seen by a certain little girl a long time ago in the Big Woods of Wisconsin, while Tanya has been enjoying her azaleas, grapefruit tree blossoms, and fresh-from-the-tree lemonade.
Atypical Pastor's Wife reminds us that we are the Lord's knitting project.
If you don't follow Ann Voskamp, you really should! She has an Easter garden idea that is simply wonderful -- with pictures and instructions on how to do it yourself.
And finally, we've got some pastors' wives in need of prayer. Jill over at Our Cozy Casa and crew have felt God's leadership to move on from their current church, but their next step is not yet evident. My prayers are with you, Jill, and I hope our community will rally around them in prayer as well.
Sunday Wife's family is dealing with tragic illness in their extended family -- pancreatic cancer. Please pray for them as I know the ups and downs are taking their toll.
Let's lift these ladies and their families up...