Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Growing Pains and Leaps of Faith

Growing pains and leaps of faith
Photo by Jeanne Doyon
I have been blogging here at The Stream's Edge since August of 2010. 

Hard to believe it's been just about five years.

My writing and speaking ministry is growing and I am preparing for a huge leap. 

I'm creating a new website that will have my ministry and my blog under one roof...and my own domain.

This may mean a few less posts over the next month or so as I get ready to launch. 

In the meantime I would love to hear what The Stream's Edge has meant to you. Click to Tweet This

Did you have a favorite post?

Have you shared posts with others?

What features have you enjoyed (guest posts, movie and book reviews, suggested resources, etc)?

Will You Pray?

The other thing I ask is for your prayer during this transition. I have often told people that the hardest thing to write is your own BIO....and a website is like a bio on steroids. I am finding it a challenge to say the least!

I am really praying for the Lord's words as I try to portray what the heart of my ministry is all about.

Here is a sneak peak of what I have been working on: Click to Tweet This

Thanks for bearing with me during my growing and leaping....

I'm excited to see what unfolds. Will you pass the word? Once I get close to launching the new website, I will let you know. My new domain is 

2015 has definitely been a year of growth for me. How about you?

I appreciate that you join me by the stream,


In case you're wondering, here are the top three posts here at The Stream's Edge:


  1. I have been encouraged, touched, and challenged by your blog, Jeanne. I look forward to exploring your website. I'm praying as you set out on this new creation pathway!

  2. Jeanne, I love the transparency in your blog. Maintaining a balance of transparency is a difficult part of ministry. Thank you for your faithfulness to remain steadfast through the good times and the bad. I look forward to seeing your new website and watching as God continues to anoint and grow your ministry outreach!

  3. Thank you, Vonda. Transparency is something I have prayed doesn't come easy to me. I am excited to see what unfolds in this new chapter.

  4. I like best when you share your heart, Jeanne, and what the Lord is doing in your life. Your site, and your writing, brings the peace of Jesus to me. Blessings on your new venture!


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