This is the first in a series on a discussion of my personal faith journey.
What is a faith journey?
For me, my faith journey is a process of moving from one point to another in life as I try to understand how God relates to me, to the world, and to others.
It is a framework for thinking, feeling, and living as I try to make sense of my life and purpose in this world.
I think a faith journey is also a call to learn, to change, to be honest with yourself, God, and others.
A faith journey gives hope when you don’t understand what is happening in your life or why things are happening the way they are.
Life crises appear like pop tests to see what you have learned, or need to learn along the way.
So how do you define your faith journey? Why are you on a faith journey, or why have you resisted? What difference does it make for you?
Let’s get started and compare our stories.
Mine starts with the Baptists, but more about that tomorrow . . .