Saturday, November 03, 2007

A Great Blog to Visit!

Wanted to share a new blog that I discovered via the Weblogs nominations page. - JoLaNell

Her profile:

Faith in Christ is the foundation of my essence. My relationship with Jesus began when I was nearly six years old when I asked Jesus to come into my heart and be my Savior. I remember well that day. But my testimony didn't end there. Throughout my 60+ years, the Lord has been growing me and leading me through valleys and up on mountaintops to develop the character He wants me to have. I have learned that He truly does work all things together for good for those who love Him and are called according to His purposes. Although I was born and raised in Texas, eight years ago I met my California husband on a Christian website. We married, and now I live in California. What a transition and a journey of faith! Our blended family includes six children and their spouses and 22 grandchildren! Our quiver is full! A quick note on my name, JoLaNell. I grew up hating that name! It was so different, so strange. When you're a kid, you DON'T want to be "different." When I grew up, I learned the meaning of the name the Lord caused my mother to dream up for me. Jo "He shall add" + LaNell "light"= "He shall add light." So if anyone receives the Lord's Light from anything I write in my daily devotionals, it is because HE adds that light. God bless all who enter here!

What a beautiful testimony!

You will also enjoy reading her latest blogpost called Whirlwinds.


WomanHonorThyself said...

hi there Christine! very nice to meet u..good luck and congrads as well!..Will add u to my blogroll too hun!..Keep up the good fight!

Christinewjc said...

Hi Angel!

How nice of you to drop by! Thanks so much for the congrats. This was the first time that I ever entered into the Weblog Awards contest. Didn't think I had any chance of making it to the finals! So far, it looks like I'm hovering around the 7th place

Oh well. It was just fun to reach the finals.

I will be visiting your blog often. Keep up the good work, too!