Like many people at this time, we find ourselves at a crossroad. Wondering what the changes will bring and hoping to do our best at meeting them.
In The Good of Change, I briefly noted the new ministry the Lord has opened for us. This will most certainly bring changes to our lives, many of which we may not totally see until lockdowns and travel restrictions are lifted. I’ll be sharing more on this ministry change in my next post here, but in the meantime we appreciate your prayers for this new task – and for the blogging changes this has necessitated.
New Blog: Story Scribbler
I’ve started a new blog: Story Scribbler (Notes from My Italian Home), in part because most subscribers follow along mostly for the Italy posts.
So all my followers/subscribers will be moved to this new blog on Italy and my life here.
I have already put in the request to have followers transferred and it will be done automatically, so you won’t have to do a thing.
This blog: Small Town Straniera
But I am also doing it to help us carry out the new ministry we are embarking on.
So this blog pretty much continue as always to offer spiritual and practical help and encouragement to fellow believers – but with a greater emphasis on missions.
If you want to keep following Small Town Straniera, you’ll have to re-follow this blog once the transfer has been made. (I will also post a memo on the new blog once the transfer is done to remind you to re-follow here if you want to.)
Thanks for your understanding
I realize all of this may seem a bit confusing, and I do apolgize. But I have been praying about this for some time because of the need and desire to be a real source of help and encouragement to our new little “flock” – and to all of you, my faithful followers as well.
I do hope you’ll like the new blog, where I will share on a much more personal level and about a little bit of everything. And I also hope that once all is in place, you will come back and follow this blog too!
In the meantime, feel free to take a look at the new blog: Story Scribbler.
And thanks once again!!
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