Thursdays with the Voice-Bloggers

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For the next ten weeks, we are walking through the book When A Woman Finds Her Voice: Overcoming Life’s Hurts & Using Your Story to Make A Difference in our online book study. And each Thursday, we will gather here to share our voices around that week’s topic, this week our first gathering.

We’d love to have you join us. Simply select one of the topics below and write a post on your own blog, then link up with us. It’s that simple. And, oh yea, if you’d be so kind to include our blog button in your post, that would be wonderful {you can grab the code right over there on the right hand sidebar under the “Find Your Voice” button.}

If you don’t have a blog, would you be sure to leave your thoughts on these topics in our comment section? But don’t forget to visit some of the beautiful women who are linking up with us because I promise you will uncover some fresh hope and encouragement on this journey to finding and using your own voice.

We’ve been learning some pretty important things this week, and we’d love to hear your take on these.

1. The importance of story.

2. Mask-wearing behaviors.

3. Faulty-thinking traps.

 



  • http://mystic-mom.blogspot.com/ Shanyn

    So great that we are linking up! Can’t wait to see the posts, and read the comments too. What a wonderful way to share, and bless one another!

  • http://mariaegilsson.blogspot.ca/ Maria Egilsson

    I have really enjoyed the blog posts today. It is beautiful to read what others pen from their hearts.

  • Jerry N Crystal Mayfield

    JoAnn, I just saw this notice. I kept trying to connect with the link up wed. & never could seem to find it or figure it out so I am glad to see you are doing this one. I learn so much from reading everyone’s posts. It’s comforting to know there are other hearts going through some of the same struggles & sharing solutions & praying for each other. All you ladies are so precious & I am excited for this community where we can all come together. Crystal

  • http://thepuresacrifice.wordpress.com/ Deanna Wiseburn

    I am behind, but I did manage to link up. :)

    • Meg Ampel

      Hey, Deanna, felt just like you, even now when I think I’ve caught up, I know I’m a little out of sync. meg