Lauren and Mikaela--identical twins living on opposite coasts--blog about the story of life and their adventures in faith.



Did you know that "following" is a Biblical concept? Ephesians 5:1 says, "Be ye therefore followers of God, as dear children." Of course, despite diligent searching, I have yet to find a verse that says, "Be ye therefore followers of One Bright Corner." :-) The wonderful thing about following one another's blogs, however, is that we are all endeavoring to live out Ephesians 5:1, and this is one way we can encourage, inspire, and edify each other towards this end.
So I would like to take this moment to direct your gaze to the right-hand side of this page. See those little pictures that are so small you can't decide if they're people, places, or things? Well, they are people (click on 'em!), and they are followers of our blog! Thank you so much to our diligent, faithful, patient followers who, altogether, have succeeded in bringing us to our first "blogging milestone": TEN whole followers. Are you a follower of One Bright Corner? Join blogger (a short, 5-minute process which does not require you to divulge any personal information you don't want to give away and does not require you to have your own blog), then go to your "dashboard" and follow us. We'd love to know that you, too, are a reader of our blog. ;)


  1. Hi girls! I am a follower, and I was actually at the conference this past weekend, but never got the chance to introduce myself to you! My family and I do a lot with Christian Heritage, so maybe next time?

    Keilah Engstrom

  2. I'm following ;)
    It's so exciting when you check your dashboard and find another picture of some new follower! :)

  3. Keilah--
    Oh, I'm so sad we missed you! I am always so busy at the conference as a volunteer that you just need to stop me in my tracks, take me by the shoulders, and introduce yourself! ;-) Stay tuned for a "conference post" tomorrow. How do you pronounce your name?
    Definitely. Although the latest picture--from my uncle who brought us up to 10--is quite a shock to see on your dashboard at first. ;-) I must assure you that he looks nothing like his picture!

  4. Mikaela,

    Most people spell it KYLA nowadays, but my name is actually spelled KEILAH (so pronounced just like to more commonly spelled version). It is a city in the Old Testament. 1 Samuel 23 (When David save the city of Keilah from the Philistines).

    Okay, next year (Lord willing I go) I will try much harder to meet you! Well, that is if we don’t meet sooner!



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