Day 3: Church for the Journey


Today, I am writing a bit about our family faith journey at my friend Michelle’s blog Graceful. I didn’t intend to write about the Church during our 31 days together, but I think it’s a good example of learning how to navigate the unforseen bends in the path. Church is an integral part of our faith journey and I believed it to be the one constant in our lives. One move to Switzerland later, I realize the only constant is Jesus. If that doesn’t get an Amen, I don’t know what will.

Would you join me at Michelle’s today?

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  • Interesting. We left a church, a huge one with great programming and a great preacher, probably tons of great people that we never knew and switched to a church that was just getting it’s start. It was hard for some of the same reasons. I felt guilty because my kids weren’t getting the same experiences but I knew I had to step it up at home. In the last two years we have grown by leaps and bounds and I feel so good about our decision. The HUGE difference between our situation and yours is we have a tight community of Jesus followers that God brought to our lives through this little church now.

    • Kimberly

      Oh, yes, the guilt. It can overwhelm if we let it.

      It sounds as if you’ve been on an interesting church journey:)

  • I’m so excited for your 31 days! I’ve recently begun a rather crazy journey and if I’ve learned one thing it’s that Jesus truly IS the only constant! Can’t wait for the rest of the journey!

    • Kimberly

      Thanks, Charissa! So glad to have you along.