Climate change. We hear about it all the time. From pandas on our breakfast cereal cartons to water temperature instructions on clothing labels, the doomsday message of imminent disaster is being drummed into us from every side and through every medium. The headlines are convincing, and there are always plenty of scientific studies and charts showing steady Co2 level increases, temperature increases, and sea level rises. But could this all be wrong? Continue reading
I’m getting tired of not posting. I have 20 drafts, but none are finished. Today, I published this page and thought you would be interested. This page is a collection of several things I’ve been wanting to put on my blog. They didn’t fit on any other page, and none deserved a page of their own. Have a read! :
So, I’m assuming that you are either a regular reader who is visiting this page for the first time, or else a new reader exploring… I’m Rhoda, and I wrote some about me here. But if you want to find out who I am, you’ll need to read through my posts, and pick the pieces of the puzzle 🙂 .
You should note that I live in New Zealand. This is why your comments show as (for example) ’12:30am’, and if I comment on your blog,….
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If you would like to know any more, or have any questions, please contact me, or leave a comment. Enjoy the rest of your week!
that since I’m not perfect – my blog shouldn’t be either. Don’t worry, I’m not planning to ruin it. But even the title of this post is enough to mar the beauty.
On Saturday, Serving with Joy was six months old. So I’ve decided to list, in this very imperfect post, the most read six posts.
- Obedience is Only Instant
- Being a Jewel for God, by Aviel
- This World is Not Our Home
- Treasure God’s Name, Part One But not Part Two 😦
- Dear Subscribers, Not sure why that was so popular!
- Pictures of Home
And here is some news. Last week, BWBears nominated me for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award.
not to accept it. Because I’m not sure about this whole blogging awards thing. It seems more like a chain letter than an award. And I couldn’t find 15 blogs to nominate. I don’t follow very many, but I’ll list them here anyway (everyone likes a bit of publicity 🙂 )
Tani Newton at Normal Education. Okay, this is my mum’s blog. But I still recommend it. Her most popular post is “Why I don’t want to talk about home schooling any more” 🙂
Candace C. at Virtuous Maidens. I’ve loved Candace’s blog since I first found it. So peaceful and welcoming. Her posts have a wide variety, from friendship and aprons to her poetry, and occasional Hymns in Our Hearts post. Candace inspires us to “delve into the days of the past.”
Mrs Tehila Gonen at Women Abiding. “Encouraging Women to Abide in God and His Word”
Julia at Library Lover My colleague’s “Thoughts about libraries, books and everything in between 🙂 ” (at least, some of them!)
Bonnie Smithies at Bonnie’s Blessings This is Bonnie’s personal blog.
Olivia Howard at Fresh Modesty “Practical Wardrobe Encouragement.” I came across Olivia’s blog quite recently, and I’ve been loving it! She really encourages girls to be “Cute, but covered. Stylish, but sensible! Contemporary, but classic! Feminine, but fresh!”
Sayna S. at Shining Arrows My dear friend Sayna’s magazine’s blog. She’s just decided to take a break from blogging about her personal life, and take time to refocus. But her Bloopers posts are ridiculously funny…
Hanah Lou at Dance to Life is enjoying everyday life – and everything it throws at her.
Cayla and Ashley, two sweet girls who are singers, and – well, look at their blog, ’cause I couldn’t tell you!
Told you there weren’t many. If I left you out, please leave a comment.
A bit more news: we went to Christchurch for Queen’s Birthday weekend. I went to a Missions Conference, and Mum went to this conference.
Well, that’s the end of my imperfect post. What did you think? Should I go back to the old ways? Or is a mix of both your preference?