Favourite Links Friday: 7 fantastic posts worth checking out!

March 15, 2013 — 6 Comments

Favourite Links

Welcome to Favourite Links Friday!

This is my way of saying “Thank-you” to all my fellow bloggers by sharing some of their wonderful posts that I have read during the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

Also, make sure you check out Jason’s Light Friday Hit List over at Connecting to Impact for some more great posts!

7 favourite links (and bloggers) from this past week:

2. How to Do More of What You Love and Less of What You Don’t by Michael Hyatt
3. Nothing Changes Until Something Changes by Justin and Trisha
4. Habit #7 by Seth Godin
5. Leading Through Change by Pete Wilson
6. 3 Keys to Follow Through by jason
7. 5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids to Tell The Truth by Carey Nieuwhof

Go and check out these great posts and let them know that I sent you!

Favourite Funny Picture

I thought I would lighten up your day with my favourite funny picture I came across this week. Enjoy!


Now it’s your turn to share some love!

What were some of your favourite links from the past week? I would love to check them out!

Kevin Martineau

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I am the Pastor at Port Hardy Baptist Church on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. I am married to my best friend and I have three beautiful daughters.

6 responses to Favourite Links Friday: 7 fantastic posts worth checking out!

  1. LOL at that Chuck Norris image – I hadn’t seen that one before.

    I see that you had a Seth Godin link in there, I better go check that one out.

  2. Hi Kevin,
    I have always been a Seth Godin fan but i haven’t met your other recommendations – I love meeting new bloggers so thank you so much for introducing me to these, especially encouraging our kids to speak the truth. That is a favorite topic of mine in our household.

    Best wishes

  3. What a great list, Kevin! Honored to be a part of it. Thanks so much.

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