Life’s Hard. So Why Go it Alone?

How is life treating you? If you are like Norm Peterson from Cheers, you might say something like he did, “Like I ran over it’s dog”. It seems like that is how most people feel. In fact they have even named it the “Imposter Syndrome”.

I don’t know if you fit into that category but I know I do. I couldn’t tell you all the times I feel totally unqualified in life. Whether at work, home, or out with friends. I feel I must put on an act just to get by. That’s precisely what this blog is about!

  • If you have ever felt like you didn’t belong in your job, school, or church this is the place for you. A special place where those who feel they don’t fit in don’t have to.
  • If you believe you’re half the person you should be, failing to meet expectations, or doomed to mediocrity this is the place for you. A place where people like us can learn about the healing freedom of grace and discover where that can take us.
  • If you have wanted to get away from a dead, powerless religion, life philosophy, or irrelevant and unrealistic expectations, welcome. Because here, we discover the power of faith in a tangible way.

So welcome Saintly Sinners. You and I are not going to fit in so let’s be bold and stick out together. I’d love to hear from all of you. What frustrates you in life? Bogs you down in your walk with God? Or suffocates you when you’re with fellow Christians? Let me know in the comments.

That’s all for now, so “be a sinner and sin boldly, but let your trust in Christ be stronger”. God love you and keep you.

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