A Change of Plans



A couple of months ago I decided to try posting more often than I had been doing. What I discovered is that I’ve been putting so much work into these almost-daily posts that I’ve been neglecting my other writing responsibilities. Since I believe that the Lord has provided these writing opportunities for me, I need to use my limited time and energy more wisely.

Starting this week, I’ll be posting three times per week: Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. I’m very thankful for my contributing writers, which alleviates some of the time I dedicate to this blog. I come across many great blog posts from other sources and I’ll continue to share those with you too. God is doing some great things in my writing life this year and I’ll be doing my best to honor what He has given me to do for His glory.

Beloved, thank you all for sticking with me and being a part of my bloggy world! I appreciate each and every one of you!

To humans belong the plans of the heart,
    but from the Lord comes the proper answer of the tongue.

All a person’s ways seem pure to them,
    but motives are weighed by the Lord.

Commit to the Lord whatever you do,
    and he will establish your plans.

—Proverbs 16:1-3


5 thoughts on “A Change of Plans

  1. Hi Anna, I haven’t been online to comment but I’ve been reading via email. I how overwhelming it is to manage a heavy blogging schedule on top of so many other responsibilities. I always enjoy your encouraging words and I’m praying the Lord helps you find a good balance during this season.

    Hugs from VA!


    • Hi Susan, how nice of you to take the time to stop by and comment! God is doing some interesting things in my writing life, and I’m hanging on tight for the ride. Although it isn’t always obvious, I need to write everyday — or almost — to keep up with all of it. I’m also in the process of learning new ways to share the Gospel with other forms of social media, which is a stretch at times for this old brain, lol.

      Hugs back from AZ!


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