by Kimberly Penix
Not being an avid gardener, I assumed that the varied shades of color hydrangeas come in were just because they were different varieties of the same plant. You know, the way a yellow tulip is yellow and a red tulip is red. Little did I know, the color of the hydrangea bloom will change based on the nutrients in the soil.
Through a bit of research, I learned that in order to change a hydrangea from pink to blue you must make the soil’s pH level more alkaline.
When we place our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior, He immediately begins the transformation process in our lives. He pours certain nutrients into our heart and mind that will allow us to grow in Him. But it doesn’t stop there. In order to blossom for Him, we need to (more…)