my READING JOURNEY 16.2

Here’s my Reading Journey – a few blog posts and other links that I’ve recently read or enjoyed.  As you read, know this: sometimes I agree with the content and other times I don’t.  The point of this post isn’t to share my thoughts, but the thoughts of others.  At the end of the day, I hope these posts help us think as we journey together. Feel free to comment with other links you’ve recently enjoyed!

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my READING JOURNEY

Leadership

We need to use words that encourage growth.  Carey Nieuwhof writes about three words that we need to drop…

http://careynieuwhof.com/2016/05/3-words-you-should-drop-from-your-leadership-vocabulary-starting-now/

Mother’s Day…

Being a mother isn’t an easy job, but I don’t don’t know where I would be without my mom and grandmothers.  I’m sure this post will give every mom some encouragement:

Leading Ladies

We’re not perfect…

No matter how well we know our area of expertise, we all make mistakes.  This post is from a friend of mine… you can check it out here:

My awful moment

The Journey…

Burton gets two shout-outs this time…. We all have feelings and experiences, but we need to make sure our emotions don’t get the better of us.  They might just lead us down a road we become numb to… this is a post about C.S. Lewis and his view of emotions:

Putting feelings in their place

Newest post… @ andrewholm.com

In case you missed it…this is a recent post from the blog…

Hope in the Ashes

Andrew lives in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland with his wife, Deidre, and two children (Rae and Pierson), where he is the Lead Pastor of Bethel Pentecostal Church. He is a graduate of both Memorial University (BBA) and Tyndale Seminary (MTS). His passion is to help people become true disciples of Jesus.

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  • Thanks for the shout out Andrew. Enjoying your blogging!

    • Thanks Kayla! Experimenting with these Reading Journey posts – feel free to send along good reads! …and of course we can always connect with local bloggers this way too!