Having Faith to Share

When I started blogging, I didn’t really know what I was doing. I wasn’t sure what I would be writing about, how often I would be writing, or who might be reading what I write. I just knew that I wanted to write. I needed to write.

If you go back to the beginning, you will notice a much different kind of entry than my more recent posts. That’s because early on in this journey of writing, I discovered I like to write poetry. It wasn’t long before the number of poetry posts outnumbered my ponderings.

Looking at just my ponderings, I see a pattern in the type of writing. My ponderings were of a more spiritual nature. Lessons learned from the sermons on Sunday, observations of life around me. Though I have written more poetry, I still have a desire to write these kinds of ponderings as well. Some people I have met in the blogosphere have multiple blogs for the different kinds of writing they do. I have a hard enough time keeping up with ONE blog, so I didn’t think it would be a good idea to start a second one. Instead, I am adding this page, to which I will add sub-pages. Look above at the menu bar — there is a dropdown list of pages under the title “Having Faith to Share.” (By the way — you’re more than welcome to read anything you find here!)

Some of my earlier ponderings really should be moved here, but I am not going to do that at this point. I am just starting from here and going forward…

I welcome your comments, always, and look forward to walking in faith to share more of myself here.



  1. Oh, I’m SO excited to have happened upon this! I love that you shared the link to your church–how wonderful! And I liked the “cloud–silver lining” poem. May I come back and soak up some more? (You’re also welcome to visit me, if you like.)


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