Scott Kedersha Stuff I Like Saturdays

Happy fall Saturday to you! The weather in Dallas is fantastic and we’re finally enjoying my favorite season of the year.

Originally I intended Stuff I Like Saturdays (SILS) to be a weekly collection of great stuff from the web. It’s been a while since I’ve posted, aka a few months. So much for the weekly collection. The good news is that today I share some great stuff about marriage, parenting, and work.

Here’s some Stuff I Like:

  • I Believe In Us, Church, by Jennie Allen – Jennie handles this difficult conversation about same-sex marriage with both truth and sensitivity. She exemplifies grace and truth in her writing.
  • Infidelity Doesn’t Just Happen: It Starts With These Subtle Warnings – Really good post from Relevant Magazine. If you’re married, this should humble and sober you. Let’s war against these early warning signs and fight for our marriages.
  • The 3 Components of Job Satisfaction, by Michael Hyatt – I really like this post by Hyatt, as he talks about the intersection between three different components that typically lead to job satisfaction: Passion, Proficiency, and Profitability.
  • If you haven’t seen it before, you’ll definitely want to check out my Date Night Guide – 124 Killer Date Night Ideas! You’ll need to subscribe to my blog to get the guide. But, I promise it’s worth it (plus you can always unsubscribe once you download the guide).

A Few Books I’m Currently Reading:

  • Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well, By Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen – I’m so glad I’m reading this one. I want and need to do a better job of not being defensive and receiving feedback well.
  • Living in the Light of Money, Sex, & Power, by John Piper – I am reading this with a discipleship group I am co-leading. Money, sex, and power – three things God created that are intended to be more than a temptation in our lives.
  • Recovering Redemption, by Matt Chandler and Michael Snetzer – This book provides a gospel-saturated perspective on how to change.

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