Laudable Linkage

Here are some things I found interesting this last week that I thought you might, too:

I love this idea for etching your initial on a glass pan so that when you take it somewhere, it’s marked as yours and you don’t have to scribble your name on masking tape and stick it on. The article is based on using the Cricut to make a stencil, but you could use a pre-made stencil just as easily.

50 All-Time Favorite New Uses For Old Things.

20 5-Minute Centerpieces For Every Occasion.

My biggest parenting challenge.

The Church: Don’t Give Up On God’s Plan.

Food Ministry at Church.

Insignificant Is Beautiful, HT to Washing the Feet of the Saints. Quote: “The search for significance, especially if it requires changing the world, can blind us to the everyday tasks, the mundane duties, and the dirty work that is part and parcel of the life of discipleship.”

The Myth of Mother Teresa.

Hope you have a great Saturday!

3 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. WoW! You had a lot of good stuff here today! Love those new uses and centerpieces – but that site drove me NUTS… every time I clicked to the next idea, my page scrolled back up to the top… grrr…

    That Mother Teresa article was quite interesting… but I think I might have to do some research of my own before I took to heart everything he had to say. Sometimes quotes presented out of context have an entirely different sound than when taken with the whole story. Definitely some food for thought though!!!

  2. As a Christian, I’m with you on Mother Teresa. You will always have divisions on the subject of her and her ministry, but she was a good example of giving of self.

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