Thumbs Up! Edition Nine

I’m thrilled that there are bloggers who want to continue contributing something positive to the blogoshpere through Thumbs Up! Time for our ninth edition.

If this is the first you’ve heard of Thumbs Up! and you’re scratching your head wondering what it’s about you can read the details here.

If you want to see the idea spread, and you use Stumble Upon, can I ask that you click the Stumble Upon button at the bottom of this post? It’d be great to see more bloggers accentuating the positive. You might like to write a post on your blog promoting the idea too.

G Purtee presentsthe oddly titled post, Here I raise my Ebenezer, at his excellent blog Most of the time Thumbs Up! post remind us of the good things that others have done. You’ll find that this post highlights the things that help us remember God’s faithfulness and goodness.

Always good to have a post from Romi at Romi’s Journal. This time she presents a post titles Annie which highlights a wonderful blogger with a gift of encouragement. Defenitely worth a read.

I love deano’s post this week. His post is titled Garry Coleman and before you say “What you talkin’ ’bout Willis” let me assure you it’s a very different Garry Coleman he’s talking about at My Jarrol Spot. This Garry’s a V8 Supercar Chaplain who has gained the respect and admiration of many in the motor racing industry.

I don’t think I’ve left anyone out but if you did post a submission this week and you can’t see it here, please email me so that I can add your post. If you missed out on being a part of Thumbs Up! this week, get posting now and submit for next week.

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Rodney Olsen

Rodney is a husband, father, cyclist, blogger and podcaster from Perth Western Australia.

He previously worked in radio for about 25 years but these days he spends his time at Compassion Australia, working towards releasing children from poverty in Jesus' name.

The views he expresses here are his own.

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