This whole blogging project began as part of my Lenten discipline earlier this year, a discipline that also sought to encourage thankfulness through my writing process. I'd tried before to commit to this habit, but I struggled to stay focused.
What changed is that I've taken note that you, the people who happen to be reading this, actually continue to return and consider what I have to say. Whether about Scripture or society or something else entirely, I've been struck by your comments, your encouragements, your challenges, and most of all, yourselves.
So let me say, from the bottom of my heart, that I am deeply thankful for you and your willingness to take time out to read these words. I know there are just about a 5,062,382,123.44 blogs you could visit, so it means a lot to me that you choose to read this one.
So, here's a question few questions for you: Why do you read this? What kinds of content would you like me to focus on? What haven't we explored that you'd like to consider?
Once again, thanks for reading. Bless you.
Simultaneously a sinner and a saint.