I’ve been writing this post in my mind for several weeks now — and in some ways, years. So many thoughts and emotions are coursing through me that I’ve finally come to the realization that no single post can capture and convey all that is in me.
Today marks the day when ChurchMag sees a changing of the guard.
Starting now, I am no longer the proprietor of ChurchMag.
I’ve struggled over the past few years with what to do and where to go with ChurchMag. I knew that I had carried it as far as I could and it needed a fresh vision and new leader for it to successfully move forward.
It’s been an amazing journey.
For the past two years, I have prayed and sought guidance from trusted friends on “what to do with ChurchMag.” Every glimmer of an idea I’ve wrestled with, all the while trying to keep things moving, and trusting that the solution wouldn’t require letting go of my ideals or disappointing the ChurchMag community.
And then it happened, in perfect timing, the next step presented itself.
Blessing Mpofu is now the owner of ChurchMag.
There were many factors that pointed him out. And over the past few weeks of ironing out the details and discussing how to move forward, this decision has proven over and over that it is the right move.
Believe me, ChurchMag is in good hands with this guy.
Thank you for reading. Thank you for listening. Thank you for being awesome.
I’ll see you around. 😉