An article on portion control for our consumption of things on the internet, and a video about cooking recipes from Breath of The Wild, really put the “snack” into this week’s Snack Pack.
If you go for a walk in the forests of Boom, Belgium you may Stumble Upon Seven New Reclaimed Wood Trolls which look straight outta Lord Of The Rings.
Seth Godin’s, Portion control is a reminder to be intentional with our online consumption.
A Partially Submerged Train Car Provides a Dramatic Entrance to Frankfurt’s Bockenheimer Warte Subway Station and reminded me of the aftermath of a superhero-villain fight.
I got the opportunity to write Things Christians Say about Mental Health (vs What They Should Say) for Church And Mental Health this week and I was sooo excited. I cannot stress enough the importance of the work Jeremy is doing.
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There’s a place inside of all of us that we hide from each other. We believe if this part of us is seen we will be asked to leave. Rejected. Put out. No longer belonging. . . This is exactly where Love wants to heal us. . . The truth is it’s already seen. But in order to be healed you must let it be seen. . . Sometime today… sit silently by yourself. Close your eyes. Descend deeply into your interior rooms. Find this room. Unlock it. Leave the door open. Find what you hide and invite Love to sit with you. . . You’ll be surprised by Love’s response. . . #spiritualpractice #spiritualformation #spiritualdirection #visiodivina #visualprayers #visualprayer #love #loveheals
These words and image had my heart.
I’m hoping for a beach day this weekend!
BIG DEAL GUYS.
THIS WILL GO DOWN IN CHURCHMAG HISTORY.
And today I am ending on this happy note, without any Tweets because at the time of writing this post Twitter was down (for me at least) and I began thinking about Seth’s words on portion control in the article above. Let me help you with your portion today.
As always, do you have a link that you would like for me to include in a future Church Tech Snack Pack? Send it to me!