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!
I Loved this Podcast from Super Soul Conversations
This is entertaining and informative, biblical and hilarious. You don’t hear those descriptions put together very often! Pastor John Gray is at his best, speaking from Joel O’Steen’s platform. Don’t let that keep you from enjoying this awesome talk!
An Affordable Sound-bar that Rivals the Big Boys-Yamaha ATS
Want a premium sound-bar for your large screen television, but don’t want to break the bank? Here’s a great option. I am really enjoying this new toy!
A Great Journal from Terry Hershey: The Gift of Enough
Through suggestions for reflection and creative prompts, Terry Hershey encourages readers to pause, to discover the grace of the present moment, and to appreciate the gift of enough. Hershey is one of my favorite authors and this is a great journal!
My Favorite Toy with Grandsons: Walkie-Talkie’s that Really Work!
This is so much fun and also super handy around the beach, park and pool…sometimes upstairs and downstairs. They really work great and the grandsons think they are awesome!
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 Stuart Scott
“Once you start questioning the bad stuff that comes your way, you have to start questioning the good—and I wouldn’t trade the good for anything.”
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