Thanksgiving Prompts, and Recommended Readings
Our culture doesn’t prime us to see the blessings of God. It takes intentionality on our part to constantly look through spiritual lenses. Regardless of our circumstances, we have much for which to be thankful.
I want to recommend two resources to you that I believe will help you become a more grateful person.
The first resource is a simple guide on how to form a daily practice of gratitudinal thinking by reading Scripture with thanksgiving in mind. I call it, “Thanksgiving Prompts.”
The second resource is a personal favorite of mine—a book on gratitude written by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. I read it nearly every year at the start of November. I recommend you grab yourself a copy.
If you’re hesitant to buy, I wrote a short review with some notable moments from the book that were important to me. Read it here.
If you haven’t yet grabbed your free copy of my Christmas study guide, why not? Christmas is weeks away. Forward the official link to your family and friends or download it for yourself.
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Back to my new venture.
If you missed it last week, I teased my entrance into the YouTube space in order to provide creative content for Christian men. Some of you asked some good questions. And, while I’m not prepared to answer all of them, here is a bit more information.
Is it just for dudes? Although the aim of the channel will be focused on men, I anticipate women watching as well. It will be focused, but not exclusive.
How do I subscribe? There is nothing to do at the moment. I will provide a link in an upcoming newsletter with some more information on what to do.
If you any other questions, let me know! I appreciate the interest and involvement. Next week, I’ll give you a peek.
I’ll see you soon.