By: Gabriela Yareliz
One of the things all Think Weeks have in common is the fact that a good chunk of the time we have is used for reading. It’s about having paper in our hands and really reading, processing and pondering. I want you to think about what you want to emphasize during your Think Week. Is there a theme you want to explore? Are there magazines or journals you’ve been meaning to get around to? Is there a book you’ve been itching to explore? Now is the time.
I want you to think about what it is you want to read this week. Pray about it. Dust off some of the covers that have been waiting for your attention.
Some fun ideas include:
Lagom: The Swedish Art of Balanced Living by Linnea Dunne.
Ryan Holiday books on stoic philosophy. There are always gems in his writing. One of my favorite books by him is Stillness Is the Key.
In addition to some reading material you may already have in mind, think about what you want your Scripture focus to be. If you have no idea where to begin, join us in reading the book of James. See below for your own reading plan you can implement into your Think Week. Don’t miss it!