I am not 200 lbs, but this is my 200th blog post and I want to celebrate with you.
I’m giving away FREE stuff!
As you know, I have recently joined the Redbud Writer’s Guild and those ladies have been nice enough to send me some of their books to share with you. I also have a few other inspirational books to share.
All you have to do is celebrate with me. I want to hear from you. What do you want to talk about? What’s of concern to you in the church and our culture? Any challenges with leading and serving, mentoring or discipling? What books would you like to discuss?
Through this blog, I’m hoping to engage a community of believers who are excited to share how God is working in our daily lives, how he is answering prayer, how he is transforming us to become more like Jesus Christ, how he is revealing himself and teaching us collectively how to love him and each other.
The blog has received a bit of a facelift and I hope you like it. We are trying to make things a little smoother in appearance and easier to navigate. Take a look around and let me know what more would be of interest.
I’m so excited to be on this journey with you. As the comments are received, I’ll keep giving books away until I run out of them.
Blessings to you my dear sisters and brothers, Natasha
© Natasha S. Robinson 2011
7 thoughts on “200 lbs and Getting Bigger”
I loved the Help discussion. Let’s keep inter-cultural real talks happening! I just started a prayer partnering relationship with an awesome woman of Haitian descent. It’s been expanding my view of God and how and what I pray for.
Hi Meg, Thanks for reading and responding. I would love to keep the inter-cultural real talks happening. Looking forward to it. Goof for you for having a prayer partner that challenges you to expand your worldview. We all need that. Use the “contact me” tab to email me your mailing address and I’ll send you a book this week. Blessings, Natasha
As you know, I’m a fairly new reader of your wonderful blog. I enjoy it! I would like to talk about the marriage relationship more. Perhaps we can discuss blended families too. Another thing I would like to discuss why some of us Christians have such a “laid back” almost “assuming” attitude towards our Lord and Savior. Thank you for what you are doing in the lives of your readers!
Hi Mylah, Thanks for reading, sharing, and commenting on blog posts. I really appreciate it. I don’t have much experience with “blended families” but I will be glad to interview you for the blog if you are interested in discussing and sharing some of the challenges. I’ll definitely be discussing the importance of the attitude in which we approach God. Please email me your mailing address and I’ll be glad to mail you a book. Blessings, Natasha
I was having technical difficulties when trying to comment on the day that you posted. Congratulations on your now 200th plus post. Though I wish I had found your blog earlier I am grateful that I found it. As you know, I love your gently strong voice, lovingly challenging us to be all that we can in Christ. When I think of something I’d like to see you write about I’ll let you know. Thanks for all you do, Sis.
Thanks for reading and commenting, Rhonda. I’m glad to send you a book. Use the “Contact me” tab to send me your mailing address and I will get a book out to you shortly. Blessings, Natasha
This give away is now closed. Thanks for sharing, Natasha