Links We Love

The following links are articles or websites that we have been blessed by over the past few weeks and we wanted to share them with you. If you have any articles or websites that have particularly ministered to you this week we would love to hear about them!

She Reads Truth This is a blog entirely dedicated to helping women be in the Word and be changed by the Word. This site provides helpful reading plans for women.

The Jewel of Wisdom This blog post is one in a series of posts written by Jen Thorn in her Ornaments of the Soul series. Not only do we love Jen Thorn’s blog, Adorned, but we also have greatly benefited from the current series she is taking her readers through.

Spurgeon: Jesus The Friend of Sinners This post from Blue Letter Bible was adapted from Spurgeon’s sermon on Matthew 11:19. This article caused us to consider Jesus sacrifice and love in a deeper way. We know you’ll be blessed by reading.

A Ridiculous-Sounding Affirmation For Those Fainting on The Inside and Out “What if God wants to fellowship with us right where we are—even in the commotion of ordinary life? Most assuredly, he does.” This is a great article written by Gloria Furman, author of Glimpses of Grace and Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are FullWe found this incredibly applicable and filled with gospel truth. 

4 Questions to Ask Before Joining a Church This was a very practical and helpful article by Brian Croft over at TGC on what to consider when deciding on a church home.

Does God Care About Productivity This is an extremely helpful article by our friend, Matt Perman. If you haven’t read his book, What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Donethis will provide a helpful primer.

 

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Alyssa Poblete

Alyssa Poblete is a wife, mother, and writer. She is the Administrative Assistant at Reverence Bible Church where she also serves alongside her husband, Chris, in their Young Adult’s Ministry. Alyssa and Chris have been married since 2012 and just recently became the parents of Geneva.

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