Top 10 Posts of 2011

Next to my joy of writing is knowing others enjoy reading my choice of words. This journal offers a variety of writings from whimsical to practical to theological. I hope the articles provide perspective as we all continue the journey of faithfulness. I look forward to the coming year and to exploring more topics, especially those which encourage us to seek a deeper faith in the Lord and to live life freely in that knowledge.

The Top Posts…

Bread in the Freezer
The distractions of life can only be laughed at!

When Life Gives You Lemons
Sometimes disappoints cannot be easily turned around.

Parable of the Sower: The Thorns
Worries and anxieties of life threaten to choke growth.

Socrates and Jesus: Proof in the Words
Attests to the disciples’ accurate recording of the words of Jesus.

How To Not Be Deceived
Gives the standard to clarify truth; includes several links to Bible reading resources.

Montana Mission 2011
The first of the posts from our high school team serving in Montana.

Where is your bookworm chewing?
Reading expands, challenges, and entertains me.

Ode To Volunteer Leaders
Written in honor of the adults serving faithfully in our student ministry.

Four Steps to Planning Student Ministry Events
An article and download to prepare the best ministry events.

A Word about Luck
Superstitious ways pale to the peace and grace offered by the King of Kings.

Christmas Bonus:
Gift Ideas for Short-term Missionaries
A few gift suggestions to bless the short-term missionaries in your life.

Photo courtesy of Juan Pablo Olmo (Creative Commons)

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About Sharon R Hoover

Serving the church for over twenty years in discipleship and mission ministries, I've walked alongside many people travelling and exploring the journey of faith. Add in my own crazy path and I hope my writing will offer glimpses of life worth sharing.
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