Thursday, January 27, 2011

Being Real in an Unreal World

Yesterday I came across a post here, that spoke really strongly to me of the need for Christians to be real, all the time. This is something I try to practice in my "real life", by giving honest answers and not avoiding the tough questions when it comes to how I am "really" going today. But in the "unreal" world of blogging, it is much easier not to be so transparent. There is a permanency to what we write that makes me hesitate, and sadly often refrain from being open about how things are going in my 'real' life. 

So what am I going to do about it? 

Well... writing this post is a first step. I want to be more open, more honest, on this blog. But at the same time, I need to protect my husband, marriage, family and friends (and even myself) from potential heartache. So I will not be sharing the intimate details of the lives of those people or myself.  What I can share, is the reflections I make on how those relationships and experiences have been used by God to change my heart. 

Perhaps by being more open, I will have to think less about what to post and post more regularly as a result... we'll see!!

Today's favourite posts: 

10 Fun Ways to Praise Your Husband
How to Make a Marriage Bed


  1. Thanks for posting the link to A Holy Experienc 'How to Make a Marriage Bed'. Aweseome post. I love the idea of a money box! :)