I almost can’t believe it, I’m launching Organic Christian Living today! For those of you who know me, you know this has been quite a lengthy process, and I’m so excited to finally share with you what I’ve been working on. This whole idea started as quiet stirrings in my heart, and has transformed into what you see now.
If someone were to tell me that I would be doing something like this five years ago, I would not have believed them. I never dreamed of doing anything like this, and honestly it scares me a little. The internet is a big judgemental place, and I’ve always been pretty guarded about my life and experiences. Over the last few years however, God has shown me just how important it is to share my life with others, both the highs and the lows, in order to comfort and encourage one another as not only believers, but women. That’s what I hope to accomplish here, while also helping each and every single one of you be the healthiest women you can be, both physically and spiritually.
Like I said before, the original plan I had for my life was very different than what it is today. But everything changed when I surrendered my life over to God. When I prayed for God to reveal where He wanted me to be, He took my hand and led me here with all of you. He is the catalyst for everything good in my life. I love Him so much for everything that He is, what His Son, Jesus did, and for how He views me (not as I am, but who I am in Christ). He has been so patient with me my entire life, and I will forever be thankful to Him for that. I love You Lord, and thank You for everything you have and will continue to do in and through my life. I also want to thank my husband, Ryan. He has been so patient and supportive through this entire process. I couldn’t have done any of this without him.
So…here I am, stepping out in faith, hoping to spread God’s message while fulfilling the purpose He has for my life. One thing I ask of each of you is to pray that God’s will would be done, and that He would direct not only my writing, but my life. And even though I might not know you, or ever even meet you, I want you to know that I will be praying the same prayer for you (minus the writing part, unless of course you’re a writer). In these last few moments before I hit the “live” button, I can’t help but be reminded of a line from one of my favorite Crystal Lewis songs, “sometimes the thrill of soaring has to begin with the fear of falling.”
Okay, here I go….launching in 3,2,1