I Got a Face Lift!

Not me personally. I'm waaaaaaaaaaaay too young for that

What I meant to say is, Hungry for God got a facelift. 

Many of you know I have a book series proposal on the table at several different publishing houses. It's called (surprise) Hungry for God . . . Starving for Time

Each book in the series is a 30-Day devotional targeting a different group of busy women--young moms, new believers, married women, working women, and those struggling with tough issues. Like the blog posts you enjoy here, each devotion takes less than five minutes to read and contains rich spiritual nutrition women can take with them into their days.

A few months ago, on the advice of my agent, the wise and wonderful Les Stobbe, I changed the title of my blog to more accurately reflect my message and to dovetail with my book proposal. Yesterday, the amazingly talented Gail Purath of Bible Love Notes fame, helped me redesign the template to match the theme.

If you're like me, you don't like change. I hated to say goodbye to my reflective, peaceful daisy design, but let's face it, at some time or another, we're all hungry for God and starving for time. I hope you like the new design. Leave a comment below and tell me what you think (be nice).

And if you're new to Hungry for God . . . Starving for Time, I hope you'll enter your email address in the box below to subscribe. I'd love to encourage you twice a week with solid food from God's Word that will feed the hungry achings of your soul.

If you're reading this by email, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about -- your email doesn't look any different than it ever has. I invite you to CLICK HERE and take a peek at HFG's new design as it appears on the web page. If you like what you see, would you pick out your favorite post and share it with a friend? You can help me spread the message of HFG to those who could use a word of encouragement.

Blessings to you this good day!


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  1. It's always fun getting together, Lori. Thanks for the kind appreciation. I do like how your blog turned out. Praying for your book proposal. : )

    1. You are too good to me . . . :)

  2. I like the new look. It's easy to navigate and the red works great as an accent!

    1. Thanks, Bibi. It's good to hear someone else's opinion :)

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