Where No One feels like an “Other”
Outsider, unwelcome, left out. Feeling like you don’t belong, an “other.” That is one thing we do not want to do at our linkup.
We want to throw open the doors and welcome you make you feel like an insider and welcomed.
We are a family here at the #LMMLinkup. We care about you and your goals as a blogger, writer. We care about your faith, your daily life. We want you to feel the love of Christ here.
How do we accomplish this? One thing, I want to assure everyone is that you are always welcome to leave prayer requests in the comments. Suggestions for improvement of our linkup are also welcome and encouraged.
Another great way to build community and encourage each other is to take time to comment on your neighbors posts. Lately, I have not been able to comment and visit with you because of sickness in my family, but I will try my best this week to catch up. I want everyone to have lots of clicks on their posts and to feel encouraged.
We are here for each other; to lift one another in love and prayer. We are community and I hope we consider each other sisters in Christ and friends. Thanks for your continued support.
A note, I wrote this post for Kate Motaung’s Five Minute Friday community where the prompt was other.
Now on to our weekly linkup. First let’s meet your hosts:
Gayl at Words, Photos and Art
Mary at Mary-andering Creatively
Last Week’s Top Clicked
Sarah features some not-to-miss new books in her list of Spring reads. Be sure to check it out.
My Favorite Post
I so agree with this post. Labeling can be so useful when it comes to our personal space and organizing our lives, but we need to wary of sorting and labeling others. We can fall into a serious trap. Be sure to read this post this week.
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Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!
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