True Love is the name of this week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up. With all the talk of love in the air, from the recent holiday, I appreciated Sherry's reminder of our greatest example of true love.
Sherry writes at, The Charm of Home. If you haven't yet had the joy of visiting this lovely blog, let me tell you, you're going to want to fix yourself a cup of tea and prepare to sit down and enjoy yourself for awhile. Her beautiful words and images are a treat.
Thank you for sharing your post with us last week at Grace and Truth, Sherry.
And now...it's time to link-up!
The Delight in Doctrine series that Melanie have been publishing on Wednesdays is on hiatus for one week. In the meantime, I'm excited to share a resource that's closely related, something I've been working on for you! I have a new printable journal called, 31 Days of Scripture: The Character of God. It's a free gift for you, my way of letting you know how much I love and appreciate you.
My husband and I were high school sweethearts. We met in 9th grade and starting dating in 10th. We got married after our second year of college. That was over twenty years ago. There have been ups and downs, as there is in any marriage, but we have a love that has continued to grow throughout the years.
The story of us has always been my favorite love story. And if you're married, I hope the story of you and your spouse is your favorite love story! These are stories worth preserving.
There's a need for boundaries when it comes to social media. I love this week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up because it gives us some ideas on how to do this. It's called, Social Media and Boundaries, by Ally, who writes at The Speckled Goat. I also love that she wrote about this sensitive topic in such a sweet and non-judgemental way. What the right boundary line is for each of us will look different- but we all need to be intentional about this our approach, particularly in these contentious times. I hope you'll go say hello to Ally and be encouraged as I was.
I love the term, Reluctant Courage. This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is called Reluctant Courage. It's written by Angela Howard of No Ordinary Days. Angela shares some great advice from her Dad in this article. We don't always get to have the luxury of wanting to do what needs to be done, but when we do it anyway, this is an opportunity for growth and character building. Thank you for you encouraging words, Angela. I hope you'll all go and say hello and be blessed by Angela's writing as I was.
Cozy Minimalist is the name of an online decorating course, by Myquillin Smith (also known as The Nester). You may already know her from her blog and/or book called, The Nesting Place. After being on the waiting list for the months, anxiously waiting for her class to re-open, I finally had the privilege of taking her course- and now I'm happy to welcome you into my home, to share some before and after photos and tell you some of what I learned.
Because who doesn't love a good before and after!