I’ve tried writing this several times and I can’t put it off any longer.
I’ve wanted to convey and express myself to the fullest, but in an effort to say everything “just right,” I’ve put it off for far too long.
So here goes:
2019 turns the page to a new chapter at ChurchMag.
As of the beginning of the New Year, I will no longer be serving as the Editor of ChurchMag.
It has been a rough last couple of years as the topography of blogging has changed radically, my personal life has faced huge changes, and I’ve simply run out of the fuel that has propelled my passion for ChurchMag.
But, I will not be far away.
Allison Dye is now the Editor of ChurchMag.
From A to Z, she will be handling all of its affairs.
It gives me great joy to see her take the reins. She brings new views, insights, and passions that ChurchMag desperately needs.
She brings to it, new life.
For the next year, she will be pouring her efforts into it. As to what changes she will be bringing, I will leave that for her to say.
The past several years have been amazing.
Seeing ChurchMag grow has been one of the most amazing things I’ve ever been a part of and has unequivocally changed my life for the better.
I am sad to step away, but I am overjoyed to see it have the opportunity to fly higher than I could ever take it.
To all of my Senior Staff Writers (aka friends) and the entire ChurchMag fam — thank you for being you.
And please keep being awesome.
The world needs you.