About me:

First and foremost, I am a disciple of Jesus Christ, and He has blessed me in immeasurable ways. I am married to the most supportive, loving, godly husband in the universe, Robert, who preaches for the North Charleston church of Christ in Charleston, SC. I am privileged to be a stay at home wife and mom, where I spend my time hanging out with my sweet daughter, blogging, and trying to develop a deeper relationship with my Lord. Other than that, my time is filled with hosting and working as the editor for podcasts for The Light Network –you can find my podcasts here: Wifey Wednesdays and The Royal Family Podcast. With whatever other time I can muster, I enjoy traveling, exploring Charleston’s history, watching Netflix, taking pictures, and finding new ways to serve my Lord and Master.

About this website:

The purpose of emilyhat.com is to provide relevant content for your life. Through my blog posts, I hope to encourage you in your daily walk with God. Through my podcasts, I hope to help you (and me!) develop a more godly approach to wifery and to see God in the world and media around us.  Through my photography, I hope to provide a face for the places you read about on the pages of God’s Holy Scripture.

If you are looking for a place to find relatable, easy to understand content about God and His Word, this is a place for you. If you find yourself interested in Bible geography, this is a place for you. If you want a place where you feel like you are welcomed and encouraged to participate, emilyhat.com is for you. My goal is for this website to be a two-sided relationship; one where you will feel free to contact me, question me, and encourage me, as I attempt to encourage you.

Above all, I want to point you to God, the Source of any wisdom you may gain through visiting this website. To Him all glory and honor is due.

Keep in touch:

You can contact me via email at emily@emilyhat.com or follow me on Twitter or Pinterest.

What is the 3:17 journey?

Go to this post to see why I do this and where I hope to go (and grow).