Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you all an update on what’s been going on from my side of the computer screen.
I came across this Psalm in the Passion Translation Tuesday night, and I really liked how it was worded so I wanted to share it with you all (along with some more musings).
Hi everyone! Today is a little different type of post, because I have a handful of things to ask you.
I’m so excited to introduce my new friend Corrie to you all! She’s a DJ on my favorite radio station, and I’ve listened to her for several years. Last year, I would listen to her speak in the afternoons as I came home from cosmetology school, and it encouraged me to keep going. She was also a cosmetology student who wanted to keep her faith first in the life of glitter, glam, and make-your-own-way. A couple months ago, she shared on the radio that she wished for a friend who understood what she was going through, and I found her on social media and reached out to her. After chatting for a couple weeks, we met up in person and really enjoyed each other’s company (yes, if you’re studying the pictures, it was at a Waffle House). I asked her to guest blog today so that I could share her with you all; she radiates the joy of the Lord and wisdom, and is really a treasure.
Well, it’s been a while since the last Life Verses post, hasn’t it? I got so caught up in sharing my travel adventures that I just never got back around to telling you about some verses that impacted me for a season of my life. In case you’re new here and don’t remember the previous Life Verses posts, let me catch you up on what’s going on. In Christian circles, it’s not uncommon to hear people saying they have a “life verse” or asking other what their “life verse” is. This would be a verse that has stuck with them throughout their Christian life. For me, there’s not just one verse that’s a favorite or dear to my heart: there’s several. Each one made an impact for at least a couple months of my life for the season I was in. In this series, I’m going back through verses that have been special to me and telling you what they mean to me.