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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, where I spend my time blogging, cooking, cleaning, and trying to develop a deeper relationship with my Lord. Other than that, my time is filled with hosting two podcasts for The Light Network — Wifey Wednesdays and The Royal Family Podcast, and working as the editor for our other TLN podcasts. With whatever other time I can muster, I enjoy traveling, volunteering at a plantation here in Charleston, 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).