Is Finding Our Feet for you?
Are you familiar with the idiom, “finding your feet”? It means to become familiar or confident in a situation.
Finding Our Feet is about becoming comfortable and confident in your faith.
Easier said than done sometimes, isn’t it?
But if you’re here… that’s the end goal.
Who this blog is for:
- Everyone out there searching for a closer relationship with God or simply searching for an answer to the emptiness in their lives.
- Everyone who has endured hardships in their lives and at times, feels unworthy of God’s acceptance.
- Everyone who knows they want a better life and needs some help getting there.
- Everyone who is sick of all the negativity that has permeated our culture, is ready to leave it behind and focus on the ultimate goal of God’s Kingdom.
- Everyone out there with a servant’s heart, looking for inspiration and guidance to better their own lives by bettering the lives of others.
What you’ll find here:
- Articles about faith and the faithful, highlighting various ministries, companies and individuals’ acts of service in the world around us.
- Tips on strengthening your own faith walk and leading your family closer to Christ.
- Ideas on how and where to begin serving others within your own life.
- An online community Prayer Corner where you can join others in active prayer about the joys and trials in our lives.
- Reviews of books, Bible studies, music and other media pertaining to God’s Word and serving others.
- Personal stories of God’s faithfulness in our own broken lives.
- Guest articles of testimony, empowerment and redemption.
- Posts to cheer up even the weariest of hearts.
An old friend contacted me Friday night that has become an atheist. Her reasoning for it was because of the way she felt treated by other Christians and how ostracized she felt for the brokenness in her own life.
I want to shatter this problem the world over. (With your help, of course!:))
The way we are to others can either put the focus back on Christ or turn it to our own worldly ways. That worldly view scares more than it secures.
My Christian Brothers and Sisters,
We need to stop judging others for sinning differently than we do. That wasn’t Christ’s example and it only isolates people that need to see God’s grace the most. You don’t have to accept sin to accept the sinner.
Romans 3:24 follows this by saying, “ALL are justified freely by His grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.”
How simply wonderful. That means even me and you.
Look at who Jesus spent His time with while He was here on earth. He loved to bring hope to those low in spirit, marked by transgressions.
Let’s do the same.
Are you ready to move forward in your own walk of faith? If not, what’s holding you back?
God loves ALL His Children,