Ta da! I hereby announce my new Christian blog! Finally, I’m blogging about the one thing that means more to me than anything. It only took me seven years of wandering around the online desert as a blogger. Good thing God is patient.
“Squeeze Me, Jesus” is a Christian blog that offers practical tips and encouragement to believers who feel squeezed by the world. It’s not even a week old yet, but I’ve already written articles such as:
- How to Do Yoga for Christians
- Sample Cover Letter for a Christian Ministry Job
- Prayer for Healing After a Breakup
It took me so long to start a Christian blog because I didn’t feel like I knew enough about God, the Bible, theology, or Jesus Christ. It wasn’t until recently that I realized that God wants me to share MY experience of Him! He isn’t asking me to formulate academic theories about Christianity or interpret the first translation of the Bible.
God is just asking me to be me, and to share my relationship with Him. I’m a very practical person, and I feel like my Christian blog might be a helpful resource for believers who have some theological and theoretical knowledge, but need practical tips for Christian living.
Squeeze Us, Jesus – A New Christian Blog
I’ve learned alot in the past year about having a personal relationship with Christ. My heart has been softened, and my whole outlook on life has changed. Not only that – my outlook on myself, my husband, and the people in my life has also been impacted! For the better 🙂
Two factors have changed my relationship with God: Lynn Valley Full Gospel Church in North Vancouver, BC and Tim Keller’s sermons. Keller is the pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City; I listen to his sermon podcasts almost every day when I walk the dogs. I’ll share more specifically how my relationship with God is unfolding on Squeeze Us, Jesus.
I welcome your thoughts on my new Christian blog below – and I hope you come visit!
May you be inspired and encouraged today, to create and reach and dream…and to be the you God wants you to be.
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