3 Gifts of Encouragement


Sometimes you run across good stuff you want to share with others. These two videos and one article, in my humble opinion, will do two things for you.

First of all, here are things you cannot expect these things to do.

…calculus (or even basic math skills).

…wash your laundry.

…brighten your teeth.

…straighten curly hair.

…curl straight hair.

…do your weekly grocery shopping.

…pay your mortgage.

…mow your lawn.

But here are the two things I expect them to do.

1)      Bless your socks off. That assumes you wear socks. It also assumes you know it’s a figurative statement. If it literally happens, please share with the rest of us.

2)      Offer you solid food for thought.

A Random Act of Culture broke out in Macy’s on October 30, 2010. I wonder if any other song would have had a similar impact. I don’t think so.

How effective can a sermon read word-by-word be? Very!

The Quietest Loudest Video You’ll Ever See at Stuff Christians Like

Michael Hyatt admits, when he gets nervous, he sweats.

A lot.

A whole lot.

He follows his confession with some perspicacious advice. (I’m trying to work on broadening my vocabulary.)

Change Your Story, Change Your Life

What faith-affirming, encouraging material would you link us with?

About tnealtarver

I've traveled and spoken around the world but always love to come home. There I eat exceptional meals, drink coffee to my heart's content, and get loved like nowhere else on earth. I believe a community centered in Christ should be all that and so much more.
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