Hey I’m Stephanie. Take a look around, and hit me up. I’d love to connect with you.
I hope this finds you well, but if it doesn’t, you’re in good company. I started writing The Ever Sing Blog from a hospital room a little over a year ago, and as I sit here today and type, I’m two hours away from an MRI to diagnose a spot they recently found on a CT Scan of my brain. Life seems to constantly be throwing me curve balls, some that have seemed to smack me right upside the head. But if there’s one thing I know to be to true, it is that God is faithful and He is redeeming every moment of my story. I believe that the gospel message is not just something that has saved me from eternity in Hell, but it is the good news that sustains me through my sin and suffering daily. Faith in the Father gives my soul life - rest for the wear and tear I often feel. And belief in the gospel gives me freedom. Freedom from my sin. From my shame. Freedom to walk in the newness of each morning. It’s the reason I can sing with joy each day, despite the messy bun I’ve got going on top. And it’s the reason that although I categorize my life as a mess - I believe this life is full and is worth living.
My prayer is that through my honest thoughts and confessions, you’ll find life too. Not because my words provide them, but because my prayer is that you will meet Jesus, the God of the universe in them. If there’s ever any way I can support you, hit me up. I’d love to connect with you and hear all the ways that God is redeeming your story, just as He’s redeeming mine.
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“This, my friend, is why I write: to bring gospel application to life. To make the gospel become real and tangible on a daily basis, so we do not become complacent, but rather we grow up in the knowledge, truth, and love of God’s abundant grace.”
I’d love to hear from you! My goal is to be a resource to you. So hit me up if you have a question, need some prayer, want to collaborate, or just want to say hey! I’d be honored to have your time.