It’s been a while since my blog was active but I can’t shake this feeling that I still have something to offer by sharing my faith journey so here I am. Uncertain, not exactly sure what to say, but certain in God’s ability to use even people like me.
Maybe it’s ok to be uncertain. We live in times I never even imagined possible when I last typed here. As the priest says in the movie Rudy, “There’s a God and I’m not him.” That’s about all I know for sure.
It was also a year ago that Rachel Held Evans died; an event that shook me to my core. Through tears I wrote my blog post, Love Remains: My Eulogy for Rachel Held Evans, on the road to a conference. Maybe it’s a fitting tribute to her memory that I start again. Even uncertain, even while I’m not sure what to say.
After all, I don’t think faith is necessarily about having all the answers do you. Leave me a note in the comments and let me know what you think about faith and uncertainty.
If you’re willing, consider following along too. I don’t think I’ll keep up the same pace as I had previously but I’ll try to post every few weeks at least. I’m just trying to be faithful to the leading of the Holy Spirit in my life. Faithfulness, it’s a journey unto itself.
Wherever you are this day, with whatever uncertainty you bring, remember:
Love Accepts You, No Exceptions.