Well, you might still want to consider some changes. I hope you aren't paying for that website. While I really like your clothing designs, the website is something entirely different.
First off, I know what you're trying to do and I commend you for that, but when I go to a website to purchase clothing, I'm going there to purchase clothing, not read someone's blog. Even though the message in the blog is worth reading.. it isn't what someone looking for clothing wants to sift through to find the clothes. Your blog should not be on the front page. You need to decide what you are trying to accomplish with your website. Is it for selling clothing or for getting Christ's message out? If it is for getting the gospel out, take the clothes completely off the front page and have them way in the back as an after thought. Make no mention of clothes, just have the tab for store to let anyone know that there are products to be purchased there.
If the website is primarily for selling clothing then put the blog in the back of the site, put the tags in the back of the site. You don't need tweets or Facebook posts on there either.
And get rid of the tags on the left. Or at least change the font size so they aren't quite as "in your face" as they are now.
Next. I had a really hard time trying to figure out how to purchase anything from your site. All those tags on the left just sent me to more blog posts. That little "store" tab was really hard to find. I was scrolling down to look for clothes and the tabs vanish up top. It wasn't until I clicked on the clothes that were on the flash sale that I found the tab and had to go back to the home page to see where it was at.
Now, I hope you are NOT paying for that website because on the right are ads from your competitors! Not something you want on your website! For instance when I first got to your site I noticed an ad for design your own shirts, thinking it was something you were offering, clicked it, and ended up no longer on your site! Also, there was an ad from Kohls on there for some clothing where their ad was not something I would direct a Christian audience towards. I doubt if you have any control over the ads that show up, but be aware that they are there and that they are taking your customers away from your website.
The site is easy on the eyes, but once you start trying to find something you get lost. Not sure how long those tweets are there, but one of them said not to buy from such and such because they were trying to use Jesus to make money! Also not something you want on your site (especially since you have Jesus's image and message so prominently displayed)!
It might behoove you to spend a few dollars a month and pay for a website that isn't going to be plastered with ads from outside sources that you have no control over.