Multitudes on Mondays; Challenge

6:00 AM

Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing ~ Helen Keller

What is life without challenges, daring, adventure? This year, I want to be more daring.  With that in mind I have joined some challenges.  They have already been a huge blessing to me. So today, I'm thankful for

#81. The His Words in Our Hearts Challenge 
#82. The 52 Weeks Challenge
#83. Friends that encourage me to challenge myself
#84. The Contentment Reading Challenge
#85. Family who are encouraging me to be more active this year
#86. The blessing of the Bible
#87. For all the books I own
#88. For authors who dared to write
#89. For the blogs that have inspired me
#90. For yet another  year

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0 of 5 stars
I am not going to be to harsh in this review because I didn't finish the book. I got to the chapter of bigotry and I deleted it from my Kindle? Simply put, I think that the author was unbiblical in much of what he said. The book felt lik...
tagged: did-not-finish and walk-of-faith
Joseph of Arimathea: A Tale of the Resurrection
0 of 5 stars
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Becoming Nikki
5 of 5 stars
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