Sunday, October 10, 2010

AmberLappin dot Com.

One of the hardest questions I ever get asked is 'So, what is it that you do, exactly?' The short answer is, 'I work at my church in children's ministry and do some freelance writing, speaking, and consulting'- but the long answer is often difficult to convey.

Enter the fabulous Tracey Thompson from Thompson's Design - a girl with a beautiful voice, smile, and testimony... who also has quite a knack for building websites. One day she asked me if I'd ever consider helping her write some copy for her websites. I braved up and asked her if she'd ever consider helping me build a professional site of my own. The rest, shall we say, is history.

I can't tell you all the crazy stories that got us from that day to this... the day I get to officially launch the website... but I will let you know that Tracey is not only creative and professional, but incredibly patient as well. (Even at the crack o'dawn yesterday when I had to confess to her that I just about wrecked 6 hours worth of work she had done. But let's not mention that again or my head might explode of shame and panic.)

If you're looking for someone to design your website, but you're not sure you're up for it, please allow me to recommend Tracey. She's an amazing girl with a heart for God, and expertise that just blows me away. She'll walk you through every step and leave you just so pleased at what she creates!

So, without further lollygagging, let me introduce the official launch of


the long answer to 'So, what is it that you do, exactly?'

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do it all for the glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31 b

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5 comments:

Tracey Thompson said...

I heart this blog :)

Sing4joy said...

So gorgeous! And about time you go all official!!! Can't wait to see what God does with this medium!

care-in said...

Fun fun!

Carpool Queen said...

Very sharp, darling. Just like you.

Kellie said...

The site is beautiful! I'm very excited for you....and I knew you did lots of cool things, but it's great to see it in print!