Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Contemplative without a Cloister Blog Awarded the Liebster Award

My Blog: Contemplative without a Cloister has been awarded the Liebster Award by Jan Cox. Thank you so much for that honour Jan.  Please find Jan's blog, Under the Cover of Prayer Here




The Criteria: The Liebster Blog Award is meant to showcase bloggers who have fewer than 200 followers. This is all done in the spirit of pay-it-forward.

The Rules: You must mention and link to the person who awarded you the Liebster and mention 3 - 5 other blogs with fewer than 200 followers you think worthy of the Liebster.

I chose three other blogs to pass the award to, one of which had already been nominated, but we all agreed that it wouldn't be impossible to receive the award from two people.

Violet Nesdoly
Violet blogs at Other Food. This blog contains daily devotionals for adults. Violet is the person whose blog was nominated twice and well-deserving she is to receive this double honour.

Rose McCormick
Rose's blog, Listening to my Hair Grow came from a search to regain quietness in her life. Rose says, "I’m always striving to hear my hair growing". Readers will find a rich assortment of inspiring posts to enrich their lives here.


Peter Black
Peter's blog, Writing to Raise the Gaze  
is written in hopes that the reader's "focus be elevated to see, amidst the negative happenings taking place in the world around you, shafts of light that assure you there is much good to be found, and that it reflects the glory of God Himself - our Creator Redeemer, and Friend."
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4 comments:

violet said...

Thanks so much, Judith, for nominating me for this award. I feel honored to be here and in such great company. It's much appreciated!

Judith Lawrence said...

Thanks Violet, I love your writing and your posts are just great. I don't know how you are able to write one every day. Well done!

Peter Black said...

I thank you, Judith, for graciously nominating me and Raise the Gaze. Your writings help me to slow down, to pause and linger on high and holy thoughts amidst the commonplace.

Judith Lawrence said...

Thanks Peter for your kind comments. I always look forward to your blog posts--they seem to strike a chord within me.