Christ's Glory, Not Mine

by science fiction author Andrea J. Graham

Carnival of Christian Advice All Hallow’s Eve Addition

Welcome to the October 31, 2007 edition of carnival of christian advice. The deadline for the next addition is November 30th. It will be posted on December 5th.

Also, I would love to do a Thanksgiving roundup around the theme of keeping Thanksgiving a time of giving thanks to God, too. Like Adam’s Carnival of Christmas, only for Thanksgiving.  I’ll need those by November 20th.

questions

Robinson Go presents Another Question on Ethics posted at The Robinson Go Blog, saying, “How should a Christian answer this type of question?”

answers

Matthew Paulson presents Should Christians Use Credit Cards? posted at Getting Green.

Heidi Saxton presents When Moms Grieve: The Dark Side of Adoption posted at Mommy Monsters Inc., saying, “When a Christian couple adopts, they imagine that when the process is over and the child comes home, it will be a “happy ever after” ending. What many do not realize … and need to know … is that many adoptive mothers struggle with depression at some point when trying to assimilate the new member into the family. This article, written by a Catholic adoptive mother, explains and explores the reality of PADS (Post-Adoptive Depression Syndrome), and what to do.”

My Bubble Life presents Where is your focus? posted at Unleash Your Potential Through Christian Faith.

ChristianPF presents Do I need an Emergency Fund? posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “How an emergency fund can make or break you financially.”

Robinson Go presents Reflections on Jeremiah posted at The Robinson Go Blog, saying, “Good and practical reflections of the book of Jeremiah.”

livinforhim316 presents Keeping God at the Center of Your Dating Relationship posted at Christian Dating Experiences, saying, “This blog is about Christian Dating Experiences. It seeks to give tips, advice and ways to keep God at the center of your relationship.”

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