This week we have a lot happening between Blessing becoming the new Proprietor of ChurchMag, to a giant R2-D2 in Germany and more!
“Busy is not the point” is a great read, especially as we approach the weekend.
Human Contact Is Now a Luxury Good, can you believe that? It’s a reality that we should all be aware and informed on.
Look at these Everyday People Animated into Bizarre GIFs!
This Easter Checklist for Churches may be something you want to check (literally!) as Easter approaches this month.
Digital Decluttering: A Diary is a post about intentional phone use and it’s honest and relatable (who ISN’T addicted to their phone!?) and you need to go read it.
— Blessing Mpofu (@blessingmpofu) April 2, 2019
So excited for the changes coming!
Peeps are trash candy. They are worse than candy corn at Halloween, cherry cordials at Christmas, and those stupid chalk hearts at Valentine’s Day. Every last one should be thrown into a fiery pit where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth. ✌🏼
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) April 2, 2019
all you need is one good day. if it wasn't today, it might be tomorrow. if it's not tomorrow, that's okay. you'll get the idea, you'll do the thing. all it takes is one good day.
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) March 29, 2019
Encouraging as always.
I wonder if New Zealand children see the banning of assault rifles and understand that lives are more important than guns and power. And I wonder if that understanding will deepen into the fabric of that country, because it’s citizens learn the value of life.
— Glennon Doyle (@GlennonDoyle) March 25, 2019
Humans over guns. Go NZ!
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) April 3, 2019
This IG account is worth a follow.
”The paradox of modern life is this: we have never been more connected, and we have never been more alone.” @matthaig1
— Alexa Meyer (@alexakmeyer) April 3, 2019
🌿: please take a bit of time to look at nature
— here's your reminder (@tinycarebot) April 4, 2019
Go look at some nature now guys!
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