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Callie Edmonds: Blog Design

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Introducing, my friend Callie's new blog!


Callie is a sorority sister and a dear friend whom I have had the pleasure of knowing during college. She came to me a few weeks ago asking for help with setting up her new blog. Why did Callie suddenly need a blog? She is going to be serving as a Connections Ministry intern at The Austin Stone Community Church in Austin, Texas! Callie needed a tool to communicate with her supporters and friends as she journeys on the path that the Lord has set before her in ATX. During college, Ben and I visited The Austin Stone once with some friends and really enjoyed our time there. It's such an encouragement for us to see friends of ours serve in various capacities. 

Callie was brave enough to let me design her whole blog! WHAT?! Who even knew I could do that? As I have started experimenting with some graphic design basics, I've loved every bit of it, and Callie's blog taught me so much. For that, I am thankful. If you are in need of a simple and inexpensive blog design, party invitation, or announcement of any kind... email me! (victoriastrader9@gmail.com) I'd love to chat with you about your needs and create something lovely together! 

If you are looking for someone to support financially or through prayer, Callie is someone that we wholeheartedly trust and support in ministry. Check out her blog, encourage her, and follow along with the encouragement of her faith journey of obedience! 

1 comment:

  1. I definitely want to go through the class! Thank you so much for sharing how it has worked for you! We do something similar, except it is all "online" through an app. So we don't actually use cash, but we still use the "envelope system". We created envelopes in the app and it allows you to put in your transactions and it even tells you how long you need to "stop spending" in order to stay on budget until the end of the month! It has worked well for us and we have never "overused" our envelopes. It has been the best thing for us! I always was leery of the cash envelopes because it made me nervous to carry around so much cash. But, the way you guys do I think we could TOTALLY make that work! I'm going to have to show Ty this post and then try to find FPU offered somewhere close by! Thanks for sharing, girl. :)

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