Danielle Kerr

Encouragement and discussion for followers of Yahshua
About

About

“Let no man despise thy youth, but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in manner of living, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”  1 Timothy 4:12

 

Hello, I’m Danielle Kerr! Welcome!

I’ve created this blog to discuss what it means to be in relationship with Yahweh in a modern culture.

If you are like a lot of my readers, you are part of a small generation that was raised as  Torah keeping believers in Yahshua/Jesus. You, like so many others, are now grown up or almost grown up and are facing a world that is becoming increasingly God-hating. Not only that, but our fellowships seem more likely to split up than to build each other up. Sometimes it can feel like we’re on an island.

Walking out Yahweh’s law isn’t a burden; but when you mix in a modern secular culture and important topics like relationships, careers, and dreams; it can get a little confusing.

This purpose of this blog, is to create community, start discussions, and encourage each other to continue pursuing a relationship with God.

So I hope you will join me in this little community of believers. I hope you will share your thoughts with me and use your God-given gifts and talents to help build a stronger community.

 

My work:

In 2014, I released my debut album “A Place Called Peculiar”. One year later I joined Wrestling Angels, an indie rock band. Our worship E.P., “Fingerprints”, was released in early 2016.

Listen to “Fingerprints” below

https://soundcloud.com/wrestling-angels/sets/fingerprints-ep

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8nM9wtPulHG0X6ky38vxWg

www.facebook.com/singingforyah

“Let no man despise thy youth, but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in manner of living, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”  1 Timothy 4:12

I am a person trying to live my life for my Savior. I am young. Too young to be married, too young to have babies, and too young to make a difference. And yet I am here; I’m married, having babies, and making a difference, however small. Youth is a blessing.