New site, new thoughts

I was going to call this post, “New site, new thoughts, old art.” Sigh.

I want to personally thank many of you for your constant support of this work, and for those who have helped me with translations and given donations for this and my other projects. It definitely is art from the heart. Sometimes I wonder why I keep plugging away, but I’ve come to realize that God holds timing and seasons according to our faith, and what we need to do is make the most of every moment (especially in small things), whether we’re living out our passions or not. For years I’ve tried to control my circumstances and thought that perfect outcome was a result of striving and being perfect. But, I’ve found that the priority of life is not the outcome or attaining a specific goal. It’s walking in intimacy with Jesus, and walking in faith by the leading of Holy Spirit. The only thing that’s required of me (look up Micah 6:8 :) to be faithful, obedient, and to love. So wherever I’m at and whatever I do, I live in love. Everything flows from there. That is freedom.

The French books will be printed soon and going to Quebec! There will be only two versions in print form (English and French) for purchase. As far as my schedule goes, I do work for a living. I laugh at the amount that I earn through selling comics or products so I need steady income. Aside from that, I’m currently working on a few creative projects which I’ll be sharing soon. These are all done with two side jobs and freelance work so you can imagine time constraints. I’m working on a new illustration and the manga as well. I’m sorry for the long wait for Vol 2. I can’t wait to show you all the pages when complete. 😀 I hope and believe it will be worth waiting for. 

I just looked at the time: 12:12. I thought to look up a scripture verse, saw Romans 12:12 from the Passion Translation (TPT):

“Let hope burst forth releasing continual joy within you! Don’t give up in a time of trouble, but commune with God at all times.”

And with that, you can pull through always 🙂