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I received this blogging award from Anna! She had the following kind words to say about me and my site.
For being consistently counter-cultural in a clear, unabashed manner.
When I think of Reflection, I think of the quality of something that I’m reading that makes me look at myself and consider who I am. It’s a tough thing to do– to cause someone to question what they are thinking and reflect upon truths. Many blogs I read do this infrequently, and it’s hard to say which ones cause me to do this on a regular basis.
So here are my best guesses at those that make me reflect:
- Ann in Grace – Ann has a very reflective character about her posts. They come from a deep desire to know God and to preach the truth in love.
- Viking Princess – This woman truly makes me think on multiple levels. From her personal testimony to what has gone on in her life, reading her work makes you reflect on what your life has been, and how God has brought you along.
- Meg Logan – Though she hasn’t posted much lately, Meg is always good for reading and thinking through how you view certain topics. She really can challenge what you believe and make you explain something that you believe “because.”
- Imago Dei – Amanda’s been through a crisis of faith of sorts. As she’s gone through the process of thinking through her faith, it’s caused me some great reflection about what I believe and why. We should all “work through our faith with fear and trembling”, but we must keep focused on God, His Work and His Word.
- Anna S – What a breath of fresh air. Anna S writes about how to overcome a past that’s stained with sin, how to look forward to new joys and experiences, and what it means to be modest. You come away from reading her blog thinking about your own standards and whether they meet what the Bible has to say.