I write blogs about my Christian life experiences — you know, the type that honestly talks about weaknesses, struggles, frustrations, and sins and everything that makes me a Christian: imperfect and human.
It is a collection of “painfully honest” questions, realizations and rantings that reveals I’m still struggling to know God and His will and what being a Christian really means.
I openly share things that are sometimes too embarrassing — a way of reaching out to the marginalized few who feel like they are not worthy to be called followers of Christ because they have made a pretty mess out of themselves, while others seem to be having no problems living a life of surrender and obedience.
It’s me saying “its Ok, I too am struggling about that, and more than that. So you see, you’re still better off than me.”