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Wednesday, March 9

New Directions


Priorities are altering... focus is shifting... dreams are changing.
And in light of that, so is this blog.


I will be taking more time to spend in the word, listening to these podcasts, continuing to make healthy changes, enjoying weekends with my husband, and serving my community. As a follower of Christ, I am called to more than a life focused on myself; I am called to grow, serve and minister. I am confident that the Lord can use any part of my life for His glory, and I hope that this blog will be something He can use.


I don't mean to be offensive, and I hope that's not the case. I am being honest and open about the truth of the gospel, and I hope that you can find inspiration in that. 

I'll still post about the things that I enjoy... cooking, camping & hiking trips, and even outfits, but I needed you to know that my heart is changing. There's nothing wrong with physical luxuries, as "Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows," {James 1:17} and I consider my home, nature, and even my wardrobe good and perfect gifts. However, I don't want these things to consume my time or become my focus.

So here's to new beginnings, healthier lifestyles, and service to those less fortunate.

xoxo


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4 comments:

17 Perth said...

I think its wonderful---it adds a new dimension to your blog that is both inspirational and comforting. He is great.

LeS said...

Awesome to hear! Makes me want to tune in more often! Thank you for being so vulnerable and truthful! Many blessings in this new adventure!

Mary said...

This is great news!

Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your blog and am so proud of you for choosing to use it so share your faith. Sending much love and blessings your way...

wren said...

Encouraging Sister. I know blogging and reading others blogs can be a temptation to self-focus sometimes. But they are also good gifts. Here's to not abusing them but seeking Gods Glory through them. I know I'll be checking in.