Merry Christmas! I hope you’re having a lovely holiday with family and friends and that Christ is blessing you with rest and worship.

I’m taking some time off for a couple of weeks to spend time with my own family, but I have a few articles pre-scheduled that I hope you’ll enjoy. One I’m very excited about is coming up on December 31 – my annual, updated round up of tons of Bible reading plans. I’m looking forward to trying some of them myself!

A few “housekeeping” items as we finish up the year…

🎉 If my blog and resources have been helpful to you and you’d like to bless my family with a gift, please click here. Your kindness and generosity are greatly appreciated.

🎉 If you don’t already follow one or more of my social media pages, come join in the fellowship! Here are all of my social media links.

🎉 If you’re a little behind on our Imperishable Beauty Bible study, don’t stress! There won’t be a new lesson until January 9 (tentatively), so you’ve got plenty of time to catch up!

🎉 In early February 2018, I changed the URL of the blog from MichelleLesleyBooks.com to MichelleLesley.com. For the past year, anyone who has tried to reach me through the “books” web address has been automatically redirected to the “non-books” address. That auto-redirect is expiring pretty soon, and the “books” address will no longer work, so make that change if you haven’t already. Also, if if you’ve been so kind as to link to my blog or any of my articles – pre-February 2018 (with the “books” address) – on your own web site, the links will need to be changed to the new URL or they won’t work.

🎉 Need a speaker for a women’s conference, retreat, or other event? Looking for a guest for your podcast? I’ve got slots available on my calendar for 2019. Click here for more information.

Thank you so much for your loyal readership and the kind words so many of you have encouraged me with. You are such a blessing to me, and it is my honor to serve you through writing and resources. May we all strive to please our Lord Jesus Christ together in 2019, and may this be the year of His coming.

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