Friday Roundup #16


Happy Friday! I can’t believe it, but Summer break will be over for most of you in about 2 weeks (unless you are in the middle of winter in someplace like New Zealand). Oh, well. I guess we have to be productive sometime…

3. There is a Time for Everything (Christopher)

This was featured in an earlier Friday Roundup, but because I liked it so much, I wanted to do it again. How are you spending your time this Summer? How will you choose to spend the rest of your Summer? Will it be productive, or will it be another summer in which you look back and are disappointed with how you spent it?

2. The Miracle Choir – Lamplighter Moment (Christopher)

Although I’m not much of a book reader, when I do read books, I prefer any Lamplighter ones (I also prefer Mr. Rush Limbaugh’s “Rush Revere” series. Those are really good). The Miracle Choir was an email that Lamplighter sent out on Wednesday. It’s about using your skills to honor God. I highly recommend going over to that post and checking it out!

1. P2: Why We Go on Mission (Wyatt)

I have to say, I am thrilled to have Wyatt back to posting on the blog. He has excellent insight and the blog just hasn’t been the same without him. Fortunately for us, though, he went on a mission trip up to New York! It sounds like something you don’t want to miss!

HIRL: Speaking of doing something productive this summer, this 17-year-old teenager may have found a way to prevent hot car deaths! Read the whole story here:

QOTW: “Each of us has been given gifts by a loving God. I believe it is one of God’s greatest pleasures to see His children use His gifts in productive and creative ways.” – Mark Hamby (The Miracle Choir – Lamplighter Moment)

Have a great weekend!

~ Collin


Howdy! I’m Collin, 16 years old, and a homeschooled junior. I play the piano, ukulele, and many sports. I’m far from perfect, and that’s why I love to share (through this blog) what God is showing me in His word. Although I have many favorite Bible verses, if I had to choose one it would be Romans 12:12, Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” I believe that prayer is the most powerful tool we are given as Christians and it should not be taken for granted. Toodles!

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