Greetings! I’m Melchee and I’m grateful for your visit to my site. My life’s journey has been grounded in faith and grace and love. I’m a wife, daughter, aunt, sister, and friend, and above all, a child of the Most High. And if you like pound cake, sweet potato pie, or any other dessert whatsoever, we’ll get along just fine . . .
In 2015, I launched the New Day blog out of a desire to share biblical inspiration and from a lifelong love for words. Prior to the blog, I was the founder and editor of PRAISE!Magazine, filled with Christian prose and poetry, which I published for seven years. Guess you can say words have been my “thing.”
New Day is now a larger vision, focused simply on serving God and His people, and comprised of the blog, my work as a nonprofit support specialist, and all the community and other efforts you can read about throughout the site.
Nonprofit Support Services
As a dedicated nonprofit support specialist, I gladly help organizations reach their goals for service to others. I provide: executive-level administrative assistance; development and fundraising programs assistance; and special projects management and support, partnering in the missions of local (and beyond) organizations, working together to make a true difference. Visit my LinkedIn page for more details, or contact me today to discuss your priorities. Let’s work together!
Are you a writer ready to share your gift with the world? Look no further—I’m here to help. As an extension of my blog and as a professional writer and editor of sorts over the years, I gladly offer consultation and editing services to other Christian bloggers and writers. We work together to organize and prepare your blog posts or manuscript for a finished piece sure to inspire your readers. Use the contact page to connect for an initial consultation, and visit the faith resources page for more tools to aid Christian writers and speakers.
If you’re interested, my focus verse this year, in part, is Hosea 10:12:
For it is the time to seek the Lord… (ESV)
North Carolina is home, and I’m a grateful graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Come back to see what we’re talking about and join the conversation!
revised June 2020