This Week’s 4forFRIDAY June 26, 2020
I love to share good reads, learnings, listens, and reviews with friends and followers. So, thanks for joining me on my 4forFRIDAY BLOG. Each week, the 4forFRIDAY offers recommended Reads, Listens, Learnings, and Reviews, simply for your enjoyment. Thanks Again!
The incredible power of people writing to people. I was so captured by Lin Manuel Miranda, Oprah, Big Bird, Aly Raisman, and more as they read through letters that had been sent to them as encouragement and gratitude. It completely reshaped how I see communicating with folks that have inspired or encouraged me. I think you’ll like this series.
Just plain old fun summertime music. It’s not Christian, but if you like a little classic rock, Beach Boys and Natalie Cole, The Temptations, etc., then you’ll enjoy this playlist!
Every now and then, I’m captivated by the earth and in particular, Florida…my home state. This special on The Everglades was fascinating to me.
I’ve been a hybrid planner guy for about a year now. I utilize technology for evergreen calendaring but a paper planner for more specific goals, monthly/weekly/daily planning. This is the very best that I’ve seen yet.
My Spiritual Journals, Power Routines are now available at the Sugar Hill Church Store and Amazon. Instigating the habits of Gratitude, Scripture Reading, Journaling and Guided Prayer is a powerful way to CHANGE THE TRAJECTORY OF YOUR LIFE! Pick up your copies of POWER ROUTINES at Sugar Hill Church or Amazon.
A Quote from Ronald Reagan
“Protecting the rights of even the least individual among us is basically the only excuse the government has for even existing.”
The Weekday Podcast is a 5 minutes/day, 5 days/week Cup of Encouragement, straight from the Scriptures.
New episodes are available Monday – Friday on the
Sugar Hill Church APP or at WeekdayPodcast.com
I’ve also launched a new Podcast with two friends, Corron Boston and Mau Mennesses. It takes a shot at discussing God in Race Relations. You can find it here: Race Forward: God and Race Relations
Go in Peace, AChuck