I think it’s time for a Friday Five, don’t you? Here are five of my favorites from around the web:
This week I was introduced to Renée Bondi. She’s a courageous woman with incredible strength, not to mention her talent. She sings and she’s got a new book out, Still, I Will Praise: The Power of Praising God… Even When You Don’t Feel like It. When I read about her zest for the Lord I knew this was one lady I had to share with you!
Pssst… I also found her on YouTube.
Here’s a bit of her story:
At age 29, Renée Bondi was engaged to be married and had a beautiful singing voice, a thriving career as a music teacher, and a loving family. But then one night a bizarre accident shattered her spine and left her quadriplegic. Her life changed forever. Renée lost not only all use of her hands and legs, but also her singing voice — she could barely speak above a whisper. Unwilling to accept that her life was over, Renée searched her heart and sought the Lord for direction. Although there were many dark days, Renée continued to persevere. Against all odds and all physicians prognosis, Renée’s voice was miraculously restored with a crystal clear, angelic sound. Renée harnessed her talents to inspire and give hope to others.
Find out more about Renee at her website:
4. Three-Ingredient Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins from Money Saving Mom
It’s the time of year when I’m starting to see pumpkin recipes everywhere I look, but few sound as easy as these to make. And besides that, we’re talking “pumpkin AND chocolate chips” here–need I say more?!
5. What I wish someone had told me about homeschooling.
If you are starting homeschooling, thinking about homeschooling, or needing encouragement as an established homeschooler, this list is for you! Visit Raising Arrows…
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