A Note from Phy:
I found Isaiah 25:8 around July 1 after we got some devastating news in our extended family. With the shop launching tomorrow, this theme is more real to me than ever before. I don’t really know how to launch a shop while grieving, it feels wrong somehow… but I’m glad, that if we were going to produce products for you, they are products that remind them of our resurrection hope. Death has lost its sting. It still hurts, but it has no more venom, no more power. We grieve with hope.
This is a challenging time in our world. Between sickness and international fallout, we’re faced daily with the fact that this world is broken, hurting, and dying. Nature echos this message in the pageant that plays out between the seasons–as the weather grows colder, the green in Northern Michigan begin to change colors, and leaves start to fall. As we look towards the colder months ahead, and the brokenness around us, we must remind ourselves daily, that there is more. That Jesus has defeated death with eternal life, and that gives us so much to live for. This fall shop features some very special products that we’ve been working really hard on at Every Woman a Theologian, and I can’t wait to share them with you.