So, my duty today is to tag five more thinking bloggers. Here are some women (and a couple of men) who have made me think the last couple of weeks:
- The Purple Cellar
This blog is written by Lydia Brownback and Jennifer Redman. Lydia is an author and editor for Crossway and Jennifer is an attorney (I think). They offer insightful devotions and articles geared mostly toward women. Though fairly new to the blogosphere, they have quickly become one of my favorite daily reads!
- Wilhoit Prayer Blog
Amy is suffering from a rare blood cancer. Unless Jesus comes back or He decides healing her on earth will bring Him much more glory than her death, she will step into the presence of Jesus without her skin on in a very short time (they’ve given her a couple of months, maybe). How can the writings of a suffering mother, facing Heaven real soon, NOT make you think? Please, please, please read through her story, pray for her, and leave her an encouraging comment!!
The women of titus2talk write to encourage women to be focused on their homes and families. They draw tons of wisdom from Susannah Spurgeon, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the excerpts. You’ll also find some helpful book and music reviews!
- If you aren’t reading Rebecca Writes, then you need to start today! She’s meat and potatoes.
- Challies and Between Two Worlds
I have to mention these two because I never skip a day of reading them. You shouldn’t either. I’m mentioning them together because 1) there’s absolutely no way I’m going to email them to say, “Um, I like tagged you for a Thinking Blogger Award. Visit my blog for your instructions,” and 2) there’s absolutely no-hway they’re coming here. They’re busy writing books and stuff. It just isn’t going to happen. I got some blog-love from Tim that one time and it totally freaked me out–I went from 15 visits to about 500 hits that day. They never came back. Well, some of them did. But I had absolutely NOTHING worth reading at the time. I just can’t do that to my ego again. But these guys really give me stuff to think about every single day.
Here are the instructions for this meme:
1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think,
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme,
3. Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote.