Do You Need a Sabbath Rest from Blogging?
Once again I am taking a break from blogging – My plan was to take every 7th week off but I missed the 7th week and am into the 8th. I actually noticed the difference – I need to stop and take a break. God tells us to be wise – and taking a break for me is a wise choice.
Next week is a great week to stop as I am co-ordinating VIBE (Ventures in Biblical Education) at our church. I need my wits about me and energy to sustain me through the week. We have ages 4-12 for 1/2 day for 5 days.
Here are the links if you would like to catch up on posts and also to read those who have linked their posts.
with a Link – Thank you to all the loyal supporters who faithfully link their wonderful posts each week. I have extended Sunday’s post to last for 2 weeks.
Can I Joy Dare You?
with a Link – This post has moved from Monday to Wednesday and the link will continue here as well.
Five Minute Fridays
Read through the posts where I have been given a word to write about in 5 minutes – no editing.
I attempt to think of new activities for children to enjoy. Check back through the activities.
See you in a week – Enjoy.
And if you haven’t visited Tadeo Turtle’s Page I would ask that you check him out. He won an award for the best children’s book in 2013 by The Word Awards.
May you be refreshed, rested and renewed in Him! Best wishes for VIBE & God bless,
I hope you enjoy your rest and I think you are a wise woman.
Getting wiser day by day. God knows we all need rest – and not to take it would be going against His will.
Thanks Jan for including my post on your site. I appreciate it. Rose
I am so glad you are taking a Sabbath rest. Personally I don’t know how you do it all and then you were kind enough to mentor me.
I am glad God helped me decide on only one blog per week. I find I truly don’t have time for any more. Glad you reblogged my post on Resting. Please feel free to reblog any that are appropriate.
I still have enough to do … 🙂 but it is nice to not have the deadlines this week – it gives me a chance to get a little ahead.