The Purpose of This Blog

Jesus Christ offers more than eternal life. He offers us abundant life.

  1. What value can this blog give you, readers? If you want to be more than you are, then this blog is meant for you! I been a Christian since I was eight, I remember the day I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior. The sweet delight of an adventure and transformation pulled me close to Him. But often what happens to thousands of Christians around the world is that we never recognize our true potential. We begin to think the Christian life: overcoming our personal addictions and demons, experiencing the promises of God, growing closer to our Lord is all nothing but a fairy tale. That’s why I made this blog. How much is of our life is failure, regrets, and pain, I hope to encourage Christians to take their spiritual life seriously. Reading our Word, praying, and fellowshipping thereby your life is transformed into the very vision the Holy Spirit placed inside of your heart.

 

  1. When was this blog started? What is its purpose? My blog was started in the year 2015, towards the end of my senior year at Michigan State and the beginning of my internship. However, the story of this blog begins not with a young college woman with a yearning and longing in her spirit, and emptiness in her heart. The story of this blog comes from the heart and spirit of every man, woman, and child seeking fulfillment and joy in the world that can only be found in Jesus Christ. We learn as the Samaritan Woman also did that faithful yet life changing the day, Jesus is everlasting water, we draw from, not this world. He is the one transforming us and therefore, we must meet him daily, never giving up.

 

  1. What kind of posts do you write? I write godly posts based upon Christian topics. I always try to support all my points with evidence found in God’s Word. I aim for a young adult to adult audience. As an English teacher I seek to invest in my students the skills necessary to critically think and analyze the world. My approach is the same with the Word of God. I am an vessel and it is my hope you learn something critical to your spiritual growth from my blog.

 

One comment

  1. Thanks so much for following The Ruminant Scribe blog. I am humbled by your willingness to read my thoughts and comments on life through the lens of a camera and Scripture. I agree with your concluding comment that “I am a vessel and it is my hope you learn something [encouraging and uplifting, my words]… from my blog.” I found it interesting, also, that you are an English teacher. I was licensed to teach English when I graduated from college, but could not find work … 11 years later I found the Lord leading into law school, but He used the training I received earlier in my life as I struggled through graduate school. Blessings to you as you launch into your God-appointed career.

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