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God’s Greenery is pleased to welcome author, journalist and editor Natalie Gillespie as its Editor-in-Chief! As the author of Successful Adoption: A Guide for Christian Families and You Were Made to Make a Difference (with Max Lucado) and former editor of women’s lifestyle magazine mtl, Natalie loves telling authentic stories to help enrich lives and encourage her readers.
She now brings her expertise and passion to GodsGreenery.com, the first online community for the Christian community to access reliable information, research and stories about the uses of hemp-based Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, from a faith-based perspective.
“I am thrilled to continue to build the God’s Greenery website and community,” Natalie shared. “As a mom and as a Christian, I am always looking for natural products to help heal my family God’s way. With God’s Greenery, we want to create a safe space for Christ followers and seekers to research CBD and see if it might benefit them.”
Because of potential health benefits and approval of the federal Farm Bill 2018, CBD products are rapidly becoming mainstream and being sold in a variety of retail outlets nationwide. Understanding all of it can be overwhelming and exhausting, especially for Christians who may not understand the difference between CBD and cannabis and how CBD can fit into their lifestyle.
“God’s Greenery offers a breadth of content – from articles written by medical doctors and pastors to personal testimonies from various walks of life in the faith community, especially moms like me,” added Natalie. “Think of God’s Greenery as an online resource that is accessible, satisfying curiosity and empowering the audience to make choices that are right for them.”
“God’s Greenery grew from a desire to serve the Christian community and help answer questions unique to its perspective,” said Chief Executive Officer Michael Klein. “I am thrilled to have Natalie on board to add her voice, professional experience and spiritual insight to guide believers in their CBD research process.”
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