What I’m Loving This Week: More Power Thoughts

Here are some links that I liked this week (plus stay tuned for a free download at the end of this post!):

1) Catalyst East 2010 Conference: Lessons, Observations, and Highlights by Samantha Johnson – I really wanted to be at the Catalyst conference at Atlanta last week, but I’m happy that my friends Sam and Rob were there to experience it. Sam did a great job of sharing some of the highlights and notable quotes from the sessions, so I loved reading her update.

2) The Purpose of a Partner by Dan Cathy “The truth is that the best projects, the biggest companies and the greatest accomplishments are not born out of miraculous efforts of one, but out of partnerships.” –good reminder!

3) A Minute of Praise by Holly Furtick “We all respond better to praise over correction.”--so true, and yet we often forget this.

4) Architects as a Listening Community by Mel McGowan @ Visioneering Studios – From the first moment that I stepped into the Mariners Church campus in Irvine, California, I was captivated by its architecture and planning. It was during a Mariners campus tour that I first met Mel McGowan and learned about Visioneering Studios. I like how they approach architecture and design–how there’s so much thought and heart put into it. While I am not an architect, reading this post reminded me of how I want to work as a writer.

5) Lastly, I really love this quote from Bishop T.D. Jakes. I loved it so much that I made a desktop wallpaper out of it, and I thought I’d share it with you today. To download the large version (1280 x 800), just click on the photo below, then right click on it to save it to your computer.

What captured your heart this week? Do share!

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4 responses to “What I’m Loving This Week: More Power Thoughts

  1. Liz! I went to college with Holly and Steven Furtick. Well, she was Holly Boitnot then. It’s so funny to see how God is using them now in people’s lives all over the world. Even then I could see their passion for God and knew He would do something amazing through them.

  2. Hi! I’ve been trying to save the pic and make it as my wall paper as well, but it always turns out as a Firefox document and not as an image file. What to do?

    Anyways, it was great that I was able to bump into your blog…such inspiring entries every time. Thanks for being a blessing to many including me, of course. Have a great day!

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