For The Women Who Run on Jesus + Coffee
My name is Tanessa Burch and I am extremely excited to share this blog with you.
I want you to know right now that I love you so much and I appreciate you!! You are so special and my prayer is that you not only read that here through our words, but that you begin to believe it in your heart and spirit too.
I am simply a Midwest girl from Indianapolis, IN who loves God and loves to share him to those who will listen over amazing coffee. I grew up in church and have been around believers my entire life. I accepted Jesus and was baptized at the age of 8. We have been friends ever since!
I have learned over the years, that God speaks to me through my writing. While, I write from my own transparency, I believe that it will hit your heart as well. Lately, my love for God has grown beyond my words could ever explain. He has been just that good to me. I’m not perfect or without sin but GOD still loves me. I am in complete awe of him. You may wonder or think why did she say “lately”? It is because my desire for God has grown so much this year alone and I believe it will continue to grow . My hunger and thirst for him is growing daily. I pray daily that I die to my flesh and that I walk in the image of Christ. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it!
Again, I am so glad that you are here with me. I love you and cover you in prayer. It is my goal that you be blessed beyond measure here. You are my sister and my friend. When you grow, I grow. The bible says ” When two or more are gathered in my name, I am there with them (Matthew 18:20)”.
Will you do me a favor please, gather with me here with an open mind and an open heart. I want to be wherever God is. Let’s go together.
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