What You’ll Find in This Book Club

Ideas were plumping. . . .

I most often hear the word stewardship used in regards to money, talents, and time. My husband reminds me to be a good steward of the insights God gives as well.

– Jean Fleming, Pursue the Intentional Life (19, 22).

Ideas, insights—plumping
like grapes still on the vine,
unplucked, untasted.
Unshared.

Come to the grapevine—harvest, eat.
Press, prepare.
Share.

———-

Today, (in)courage announced
Bloom Book Club’s summer pick: Pursue the Intentional Life, by Jean Fleming.

The term “book club” can mean so much. I anticipate lively interactions in a warm, caring community. I expect a wide breadth of insights from thoughtful people who will walk alongside and call me higher. I think friendships will begin—and grow.

One of the best parts of this book club: we don’t just read the book. Because of their video interviews, we also get to know the author. Read the book, interact with other readers who want to grow in intentional living, and meet the exuberant and winsome Jean Fleming of The Navigators.

I’m in. You?

Read the Bloom Book Club details at (in)courage.

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2 thoughts on “What You’ll Find in This Book Club

    • Oxford! London! We’ll have to get together one day so you can tell me all about it. :) As for the book, even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can buy the Kindle version on Amazon and read it on the Kindle Cloud Reader (if you have a computer with you). That’s one idea (and that’s how I read Kindle versions of books). If I think of anything else, I’ll let you know. In any case, you can still join the private Facebook group (see the (in)courage page) to participate in the discussions, even if you’re late in actually reading the book.

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