New look; same mission

Well, my precious and lovely sister-friend Edie Moore has done it again! With much prayer and intense listening to God's guidance, she designed this beautiful new template for my blog and I am so grateful to God for her!

I've been wanting my blog to display the exquisiteness of Christ with the uniqueness of His calling to me for quite some time now. But I couldn't seem to find any already-mades that fit me and who God made me to be. I'm not the typical woman. I'm a tomboy who also loves the softness, flowers and all the essence of femininity that makes me one of God's little girls. And through Edie, God gave me this beautiful template that displays the simplicity and practical thinking of a boy, mixed with the gentleness and flowing grace of a girl.

When people come to visit my blog, I want them to sense the love, elegance, peace, gentleness and humility of Christ. My desire is that each of you experience more of Christ and less of me as you are refreshed by Jesus' love, renewed by His strength and revived by His truth. I want to do this not only with my words that I type here, but also by what you see. I want your experience here to be one that builds you up in your faith and leaves you hungering and thirsting for righteousness so that you may be completely satisfied in all areas of your life (Matthew 5:6).

I still have a bit of tweaking to do with links and other resources I'd like to share with you in order to serve you better. So hang with me for a while, as I get everything in perfect working order.

Please know that I thank God and pray for every one of you who read this blog. I pray for God's blessings and His constant leading in your life. May all that you say and do, exude the majesty of Christ Jesus our Lord. And may all God's children live boldly for the Lord, without fear of what others think of us, say to us or do to us.

"but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect, having a good conscience, so that, when you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ may be put to shame."
~1 Peter 3:15-16