I am a Christian. Since becoming a Christian, incorporating my work and faith is something that I have struggled with for a long time. While I’m still learning how to integrate my work and faith into my everyday, I have made it explicit through Simply Steph Ko that I am a Christian.
This means that I believe in God, in Jesus Christ and in the Holy Spirit. I believe that man is sinful, imperfect, and undeserving of a relationship with God. But I believe that Jesus died for my sins, so that I can have a relationship with Him. I believe that one day Jesus will return, and all things will be made new. This is the Gospel, or the Good News of Jesus Christ. If you’ve never heard the gospel before, I really encourage you to speak to a friend, a family member, or just pop into a local church and talk to the pastor there. Feel free to get in touch with me, too. I did not grow up as a Christian. To learn more about how I ended up becoming a Christian, you can read my story, or “elevator pitch”, as I sometimes call it. I’ve kept it short so that I am able to tell my story to anyone who asks.
I will use Simply Steph Ko as a ministry to share God’s love and to encourage others.
I hope to see God increase, and myself decrease. It is through my cards you can see the love and the glory of God, and not think highly of me – I’m just the one who pens things. It is God who is the ultimate author. I hope that my creativity is a reflection of the Creator.
I do also make other kinds of cards. I’m not going to stretch a story about a camera and tell you that the lens through which I see the world is the Bible. No no no no. While that may be true, you’ll be able to tell that I’m artificially stretching the story. It’s just a camera. I like cameras. That’s that.
So I hope that both Christians and non-Christians alike will love my cards. Sometimes it’s a faith-related card, sometimes it’s not. But as a Christian, I put all of
my love God’s love into both my work and faith, into everything that I do. I hope that you can see the love that goes into each card I make. It is the love that I have first experienced from God that I would like to share with each one of you.
In His love,