Hi and welcome to my blog.

What to say about myself …

Well I think I’ll say I’m aspiring… an aspiring creative who aspires to be a theologian! And that all sounds very grand, so what it really means is that I like both exploring my creativity and thinking about my faith and how it applies to my life.

I’ve been pondering blogging for a while now. It’s a bit scary but I’ve decided to give it a go. I couldn’t decide whether to do two blogs – one for theology and one for my art and craft. But the truth is that more often that not my art helps me to think about my faith and my faith stimulates my art. And the craft is mainly just for fun and relaxation.

So, if you’re arty/crafty but don’t have a faith, then please visit for the art/craft. If you have faith but don’t consider yourself arty/crafty then please visit for my musings.

However you find yourself here, I humbly offer my thoughts and efforts. I hope and pray that you’ll stay a while and that you will be inspired. And since we all enjoy being encouraged, please leave me a comment and let me know you’ve stopped by.

Thank you
janelydia x


4 thoughts on “About

  1. anglophiletoad says:

    More people should spend more time becoming theologians, instead of just listening to them in book or on TV. Best of luck to you, from one who has faith, but isn’t exactly sure what that means…:o)


    • janelydialoves says:

      Thanks for your kind comments. Absolutely we should question, question, question, grapple, grapple, grapple. God gifted us with brains to reason and bodies to experience. And as to being sure of what having faith means … I think humility and a recognition of the mystery of God goes a long way …


  2. Chris Goswami says:

    Hey Jane
    Just found your blog – what a lovely, creative, layout! Interesting that my mind works in a very different way to yours (as you’ll see) but I can still enjoy hearing your thoughts and relate to them very well
    Chris G


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