I am very excited to announce that I have finally trademarked a logo for my website! This was something that I have been looking forward to doing for some time and after much thought and prayer I have finally decided on a design! Along with this update I will also be looking to try and jump start the Facebook by the same name that I created about 2 years ago.
In 4th grade I sat in classroom surrounded by my classmates as the teacher handed out a study Bible to each one of us. Once we each had one a clear piece of plastic followed and on that little square a drop of honey was placed. As we each sat there with this strange thing on top of our Bibles the teacher then opened hers and began to read to us from Psalm 119:103 "How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!" I will never forget that day. I remember sitting there moving the little square with the honey around the cover of my Bible and realizing that although the honey had a color I could still see through it. From that moment on I have always tried to be conscious of the lens through which I read the word of G-d. The circle next to the phrase is meant to be a reminder of this lens. Do we look through scripture with a selfish lens seeking to point out the sins of others without seeing our own or do we look at the Bible through the lens of someone looking to spread a message of love? The moment I started to see the words of the living G-d come alive on the page in front of me with the context of the people that this book was originally written to my life and image of who Jesus is was changed forever. And that's what the ministry G-d has called me to is about, I look to find those who are ready to take a journey deeper into their faith and face the challenges that in the end will leave us all closer to the love of G-d. So look outside of yourself and find other lens to read the greatest love story ever told!
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