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My name is Kandi Swift.  I recently discovered I have a love for writing.  I'm not sure why it took me so long to make this discovery, but I believe it is somehow wrapped up in my life's purpose and maybe it wasn't supposed to be discovered until now.  Throughout my Christian journey I have been a worship leader/singer, songwriter, keyboardist, speaker and even a youth leader.  Never did I expect to delve into such an unfamiliar place at this stage of life, but according to scripture, my steps are ordered of the Lord, so I have to believe there is a reason.  You will find a snippet of how this blog began in my very first blog post entitled, Indelible.  It is such a personal and beautiful story to me as I took one step at a time, in complete faith, to arrive here.


At the beginning of this year (2020), I woke up one morning with the word "indelible" running through my mind.  I'm not sure how it got there, except by Divine input.  You have to admit, that's a word you just don't hear every day.  After pondering it for a bit, I felt impressed to begin writing my thoughts down on what it meant, if there were any significance to it and how it could be applied to my life.  Those thoughts sat in a notebook for a week or two until I heard the Lord direct me to start a blog with them.  Who, me?  I never considered myself a writer.  I didn't know the first thing about blogs and don't believe I've ever even read one except when looking for a recipe or something.  I felt so inadequate and so incapable, but in faith and obedience I began to read articles on how to start one.  The first thing I realized was that I needed a name for my blog in order to purchase a domain to get it up on the web.  All of it was so foreign to me!  How in the world was I supposed to accomplish this?!  But one day soon after, driving home from work and praying for an answer, it came to me ..... Indelible Ink.  I was so overwhelmed with God's answer to my prayer and how He walked me through each step, one at a time, that all I could do was cry .... and I cried the rest of my 45-minute drive home. 


Since that day, I've had to learn how to build a website and educate myself on all the things that go along with it.  I've experienced a few trials and errors along the way and I still don't have it all together.  But here it is ... a work in progress that I am so excited and humbled to share it with you.  My prayer is that you will read something here that will encourage you, challenge you and, ultimately, inspire you to recognize God in the unexpected places.

Happy reading!



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