As I mentioned in my previous post, you need to feel comfortable in the church you attend. You need to have the qualities that mean something to you that make you want to go to church. I mean you can go to a church that you suffer through, but you can get more out of the experience if you enjoy going to the church of your choosing. So I want to go through the key things that I love about my church to give you an idea of the things that make me want to go every week. Along with that, I will give you a bit of a tour!Read More »
I am recommitting to my blog this week and I am so excited to continue my church going series! I’ve had a plan on how to consistently execute writing blog posts and posting them but for some reason I had a lack of motivation due to distractions that weren’t worth it like Netflix.
Blogging is something that I love to do because it helps me to communicate with people that are interested in God and all that He has in store for us in our lives. I have found that if I speech text my blogs (and fix the mistakes that are made by Siri), I can express more than what I can when I simply type. That has motivated me so much and I am excited to put out posts titled: things I love about my church, how to choose a church, best qualities to having Christian friends, how to make friends at a new church, how to pray with friends, when you don’t feel like going to church, things Christians should do more, and things Christians should stop doing.
Look for these in the coming weeks!!!
When you know it’s time for a change of church
How often have you changed churches? I personally have only changed churches once in my life and that was when I switched from going to a Catholic church to a non-denominational church. Changing churches can be difficult and emotional depending on why you made the decision to change churches. For me it was an exciting time because I knew that I have wanted more community and more people my age in the congregation.Read More »
Can you imagine being considered property just because you’re a woman? We are considered individuals now (in most places of the world).
Can you imagine having no say in family decisions or even in who you marry? Our parents now let us decide who we want to spend our life with. Also, our men trust us to be part of the decisions that affect our families.
Can you imagine not being able to take part in who leads our country? There are still places where women can’t vote or have a say. We didn’t have that right in the US until 1920.
There is so much more that we have accomplished. This post is mainly to serve as a thought provoker. Think of all of what has happened in history. Think of the milestones that women have overcome. AND think of all the women in the world who still don’t have the same rights as men or women in the US. Think of the young women in sex trafficking slavery. Think of the women who are forced by their husbands, brothers, uncles, and fathers to participate in war by suicide missions.
That’s how far we have come. And we have so much more to accomplish. Not just for ourselves, but for the women of the future as well. Comment with our accomplishments!
I am so excited to announce that I have an upcoming series for the month of March! I am excited because this is the push I need to be more consistent with this blog. I have been struggling to find inspiration for topics to write about.Read More »