My faith may be the center of my life but that doesn’t mean I have everything figured out. Sometimes it’s rather the opposite. The more I learn about what it means to live by faith, the less I seem to understand. Even though I still cling to what I know is true, I still have questions and doubts, many of which I know won’t be answered on this earth.
As I officially relaunch my blog (you’ll probably see adjustments being made even as this series goes along), I have renewed my commitment to be honest. That means you’ll see and read the good, the bad and the ugly from me. (I’ll try not to make the good look too cropped and airbrushed, the bad too dire or the ugly too hideous). But I will continue to share how I actually think and feel without trying to make everything sound like the happily even after ending of a romcom.
My theme for 31 Days this year is Honest Reflections on Faith, and I’ll be participating in the lovely sub-challenge 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes as well. (You can also check out my fledgling attempts at Instagram at bethanyvitaro as I take on the #MyCozyFallHome challenge).
31 Days of Honest Reflections on Faith is kind of a tall order. Because mostly I don’t like to admit when my faith crosses paths with big and messy questions. But I’m going to try it anyway. Follow along or join me with your own thoughts, reflections or writings during 31 Days.