SOCIAL MEDIA

Monday, October 20, 2014

three good things.


recently, i've stumbled across three incredible resources in the world of social media/blogging. i do not personally know any of these ladies, but have been blessed and encouraged by their ministry. in a world where social media can be a comparison game, it's nice to see ladies using their talents & abilities in a way that points to the gospel. even though my blog is mainly just picture documentation, i want to share these sites so that others may use them as a source of drawing nearer to christ. so bear with me for a bit as we deviate from the norm. =)  here we go!

1. she reads truth
she reads truth is an online community & devotional app. they give out short reading plans & devotionals that women around the world can read together by email, app, or the website. they also offer (beautiful) study packs to accompany the reading plans, but they are not required. i was first attracted to she reads truth by the gorgeous graphics & stunning photography.  as i researched what they believed & what they recommended, i was pleasantly surprised! not only is everything appealing to my eyes, but the theology is sound & gospel-centered. you can go back & do any of the previous studies available online (i'm going through the one pictured above). go subscribe to she reads truth's email!

2. life lived beautifully
another woman using gorgeous photography for the gospel! seriously, though, maybe it's just my isfp personality (wink, wink), but beautiful photography mixed with gosepl truth will just draw me in! gretchen's blog consistently points me to christ & reminds me to glorify God in everything. she seems like a sweet person to chat about life over a magical latte. gretchen is the author of "a God-sized love story" (which i plan on reading!) & also has other pretty items available in her etsy shop. go follow life lived beautifully's blog!

3. quite women co.
i follow quite women on instagram & that account has been a blessing to my soul! the founder is morgan harper nichols (christian artist jamie grace's sister). it amazes me (well, really it's God thing) how much of what she posts convicts/encourages me about so many different issues that i can relate to right now. go follow quite women co's instagram account!

"Whatever you do, work heartily as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward." Colossians 3:23

sdg,
maggi