For all of us our love language to God is different. For some of us the area that stirs our hearts the most might be missions, intercession, reading His word, fasting, serving, and the list goes on. While all of these areas of loving on God and allowing Him to love on us are all important each of us has that one language that just makes our heart swell. After having a conversation with my husband Tommy this past weekend I came to this conclusion, our love language does not just pertain to our parents, spouse, children, etc., but it also pertains to God.
Tom and I had not attended a service at Gateway since the passing of his father Bill. We as a family all loaded up in the cars and headed to the new Southlake campus for the Grand Opening service. I can remember walking in and just feeling so overwhelmed, not only had we been so emotionally drained from the projects of putting together the special details for dads service and still pretty shell shocked by the loss of such a special person, now we were enveloped in what was a huge celebration for our church family. There are not really words to describe the swirl of emotions that were buzzing about that day. We say we cry happy tears because we know that Dad is in a better place, but in a lot of ways even now 6 months later…the tears are instigated by the pain of losing him.
So I am pretty excited about this new site. I am having fun getting my creative juices flowing again. It has been a while since I took on any photography sessions, so getting my feet wet again is turning out to be a lot of fun. I am playing around in a few different areas of creativity right now. I am doing graphic design like logos, print, business cards, and custom invitations. I am also doing some basic web design like my site that you are looking at now and a few others. I have spent the last few months dabbling in some creative writing, sharing my stories and experiences as the Lord leads. I also have been shooting some events with a friend of mine that also works in photography.
"Creative Design, photography and writing are an art that spills out from the heart and take on a tangible shape that you can treasure for a lifetime."