To those that know me, it has been a tough struggle of mine to discern when, if ever, I should continue to remain anonymous on this blog. Well, today, God answered that question for me. Many of you may remember me from my past blog- Work for the Cause Not the Applause- A Jewish Girl’s Journey to Jesus. For those that followed me before and to the friends I made, I am so grateful. That blog had run its purpose and course, and at God’s prompting I created this new space.
I am thankful for so many things in my life. But one of the things I am most thankful for are the relationships I have created with people all over the world who have joined me on my journey. I am especially thankful for Levi, Kathy and Julie who I met on their respective blogs, and to all of my wonderful friends who I collaborate with over at Church Set Free (Susan, Paul, Don, Cate B., John, Wally, Roland, The Modern Theologian and Little Monk). For me, blogging has always been about not walking alone on the journey and finding relationship with others who feel the same.
My journey has been quite eclectic, not foreseeing in a million years that the God I served as a young Jewish girl would lead me to become a Christian. And as if that was not surprising enough, God’s next move of making me a Catholic was nowhere in the cards. If it wasn’t for the support and encouragement of my brothers and sisters in Christ, I am not quite sure how I would have handled it. For all the people that had an opinion, in the end God reigned, and I am right where I am supposed to be.
And on that note, you can check out my new About page, with full disclosure of who I am. Thank you to all of you, whoever you are who have embraced me for who I am and have continued on the road less traveled with me. God bless you all.