Welcome to the new and improved face of She Worships! As my little online ministry has grown I’ve had a number of friends who believe in my writing and offered to help me take my blog to the next level. I’m pretty excited about what they came up with! In particular, I hope you’ll find that this new blog look reflects the voice of my writing, as well as my personality: intellectual and reflective, but also quirky and fun.
This blog is really about my on-going journey as a follower of Jesus. Sometimes it’s contemplative, and sometimes I’m looking for people who can laugh with me at myself. And as the title implies, this blog is also for women, which is why I decided to ditch the gothic black and go for something a little more colorful!
The other day I read a great quote by Elisabeth Elliot in which she said, “The fact that I am a woman does not make me a different kind of Christian, but the fact that I am a Christian does make me a different kind of woman.” In a lot of ways her words incapsulate what this blog is about. It’s not just about being a woman, but about being a different kind of woman. A woman who follows Christ. I hope you will join me as I continue to learn just what in the world that looks like!
Special thanks to Joe Jones and his team at Epic Leadership. They did a really great job honing in on the voice of my blog and designing a look that reflects it. You can visit Joe’s blog at iagreewithjoe.com or you can contact Epic LEadership through their website.
I’ll be out of the country for the next week so in honor of my new blog launch I’ve decided to do a week of “Best of She Worships” posts. These are the posts that I just keep hearing about over and over again, so I hope you enjoy them! Also, this semester I will be teaching my church’s large women’s Bible study on Philippians so I will hopefully be posting lots of audio on my blog in the near future.
Thanks to all of you who have been faithful readers over the past few years years (both my male AND female readers)! I think about you all every day and have been blessed to be a part of your lives. I am so grateful that God has allowed me to have this ministry and I pray He will continue to provide me with the wisdom and the right words to carry it on.
p.s. Because this blog design is new, it will be a work in progress over the next week or two as we iron out the details!