Monday, December 18, 2006


I have pared down my blogroll as I have also pared down the blogs that I keep up with. In trying to be a better steward of my time, I have limited the blogs that I read because I wanted to really focus on the best of the best—the stuff that consistently spoke to where I am and what God is teaching me. As I have time over the next few weeks, I am going to highlight these blogs, giving a glimpse into why they are so instructive or encouraging to me and hopefully enticing you to check them out for yourself.

The first one that I will start with is Amy's Humble Musings. I believe that Amy's was the first blog that I ever kept up with. Her style is witty (always) and sarcastic (some of the time) with lots of self-deprecating humor and pithy observations on being the mother of little ones. Her theology is consistently pushing towards Christ and away from the world, with much emphasis on grace, sanctification, purposeful living, and seeking God's glory above all else. She has agrarian dreams and DV we'll be hearing soon about her family's transition to country living (I wish I could arrange it for them to move to Mississippi—she'd be a great neighbor)!

Here are some highlights from Amy...

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