Here’s a little snippet I got in an email last week.
I realized last year that I spend tons of time researching dev [tech] related things on the web, yet I don’t spend anytime using it to learn about the Bible, Jesus, etc.
Ouch. Zing. *hangs head in shame*
I know that’s me.
What’s even more embarrassing is that last Thanksgiving (or was it the one before last?) I was most thankful for the Internet because of how much it’s enriched my life through the wealth of information instantly available.
True story. ;)
But 95% of my Internet usage is not for spiritual growth. It’s more for growth in other areas I’m interested in (writing, technology, personal development, etc.).
When you look at your time spent online, could that also be you?
How much time do you spend checking Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest compared to searching for spiritual content that will challenge you to grow, develop and become more like Jesus?
The truth is content on the Internet is overwhelming. Which is why I’m extremely excited about the launch of Grace Letter.
It’s a weekly newsletter that links to the best spiritual articles, videos and stories across the web – delivered straight to your inbox! It does all the hard work of sifting through the web’s noise and shares only the stuff worth checking out.
I highly recommend you subscribe.
Grace Letter is run by Kale Davis (the guy who sent me the email I quoted above). He’ll be the one scouring the web for spiritual gems to pass along and has a proven track record for delivering high quality links in the tech-newsletter he also manages (which I happily subscribe to).
His other newsletter is definitely the one I read the most regularly and get the most out of.
So I’m super confident Grace Letter will be of the same caliber.
</end Grace Letter plug> :)
Where do you go online to find spiritually yummy food? What are some blogs, pastors, podcasts, Christian authors you read regularly?
Maybe some of your suggestions will make it into an issue of Grace Letter!