Welcome!

Welcome!

I think of a blog as a place. So .. “Welcome to my place!”

That’s just how I see this blog .. as an extension of my home … I want it to be a place where you feel welcome. So grab a cup of coffee, tea, or chai, pull up a comfy chair, and enjoy.

I wish I could send you a hot chai, but I’ll try to provide some warm conversation and encouragement, and I hope you’ll respond with a comment.

So, let’s get to know each other :-)

I’m Michelle and I started this blog as a way to provide encouragement to others by sharing about my life and my walk with the Lord.

The most important thing to know about me is that I’m a follower of Christ. Jesus Christ died for my sins and I have made Him Lord of my life. He’s my Creator, Father, Sustainer, and Best Friend. He’s saved me from my sin and given me new life. He’s the one who makes me who I am.

I’m also wife to a great husband and mom to two great kids.

Not too long ago, I was a Software Engineer, working in the States.

Now my husband’s work has brought us to India, where I  am a stay-at-home mom, homeschooling my two kiddos.

I’ll be writing a lot about the Bible, so you may like to know that I have a Masters degree in Theological Studies from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. I’m active in the local church and also in the greater church body.

I also have a bachelors in Computer Engineering, but I probably won’t be writing too much about that – except that my interest in math, engineering, and programming will surely come through in some of my homeschool posts.

Stay awhile. Look around. Make yourself at home. I hope you will find something helpful or encouraging to you.

And don’t be afraid to introduce yourself!

And before you click away, as my grandmother used to say, “Y’all come back now, ya hear?”

What do you think?

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