I was an avid church goer. I was present at church every week and I was actively involved in church activities.
But then, Puberty kicked in and shortly after, I was stepping into adulthood.
I started questioning everything I believed in. Was the dead really dead? Was the creation story as the world said just a big bang?
I had lots of questions, but getting answers seemed way less appealing than the attractive world that reality TV presented me.
Church was after all Boring! The songs were slow paced lacking that upbeat rhythm and sermons were well, simply the cure for my insomnia.
Weekly college parties seemed way more attractive than being “the church girl.” While I never stopped attending church, my bible quickly gathered dust and my prayer life took a nose dive.
Before long, Jesus was no longer my BFF (Best Friend For Ever). We were more like friends with benefits, with me seeking him only when I needed him. I quickly learned that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.
I am on a journey of self-discovery to find my passion while trying to balance family, growing my relationship with the Lord, blogging and managing a 9-5.
My life is far from perfect but guess what, God wants us to come just as we are. He will use us regardless of our backgrounds, regardless of our inadequacies, you just need to be willing. If you are at a point where you are struggling with your relationship with God. Or, just looking for a weekly source for spiritual encouragement, I would love if you join me along this journey as we reignite our passion for God.
At Rock Solid Faith, our goal is to empower young adults to walk in faith while building the lives they desire. Its a community for busy women on a spiritual journey trying to maintain life’s balance all while trying to be a Girl Boss.
I hope you feel welcome and find some spiritual encouragement during your stay with us.
It is my vision for us to grow as a community and encourage each other.
You can also join the community and get started on your journey to a stronger prayer life!
In my e-mail course, you’ll learn tools to teach you how to pray as well as develop a regular habit of praying.