Hey there! My name is Althea and I am the blogger behind letitbedone.org! I am currently a full-time student, studying both Political Science and Spanish at a quaint little school in the Pacific Northwest. I’m passionate about a lot of things: Jesus, youth ministry, social justice, tacos, and especially ice cream… and my blog is the place where all of that will come together in one semi-organized journey of self-discovery! In my free time I enjoy traveling the world (through Google Maps street view that is), drinking tea with my friends, throwing out some sass (which you may notice in my writing) and attending any youth group I can wedge myself into.
I am a Catholic college student, a volunteer youth minister, and a bible reader! In this half of my blog you will find a grab-bag of spiritual related posts! Look for inspiration in your faith life, read about my own personal struggles and triumphs through Christ, and get ideas and resources for your own ministry! I love Jesus with all I’ve got, and I hope you will be able to see that through my writing. You can also get inspiration through my free devotional by clicking here!
BAJO EL MISMO SOL
Bajo el mismo sol is inspired by the song El Mismo Sol by Alvaro Soler. It is filled with articles on society and how we, as Christians, can show the love of Christ to the world! We are called to be compassionate, merciful, and loving. They say blog about something you could talk about for hours, so here you go! Here are the issues that I feel passionate about, and that I feel God has asked me to share my thoughts on.
For all you bloggers out there, head over to my Blogging Resources page for tips and recommendations! Over time I will add the resources that I use and love, as well as the resources that I have created for you! As of now, I have a free brainstorming worksheet up there for you. I also offer brainstorming sessions to give your business the creative jump it needs!
“And Mary said, “Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be done unto to me according to your word.” And the angel departed from her. Luke 1:38”