skipping church.

Summer has been pretty good to me so far. While I haven’t spent much time up north at the lake I grew up on, I have spent quite a bit of time on the river. It has been a fun change, but it means that I’m 90 minutes away from my grandparents church instead of the easy 30 minutes away I usually am.

Living Wholeheartedly Today

Thankfully I have a few blogs that I love for inspiration. She Reads Truth is a website I’ve written about before, but lately I’ve added (in)courage to the list and the writing is just as wonderful. Check out these posts if you are feeling the need for a little encouragement.

Refreshing Summer

I am still the only 20 something at the church, I’m even the only 30 something (I think,  there are some mom’s who might be in their 30s still) although they are married with 3 kids, so we don’t interact all that often. The time I spend in the church is worth it. I’m with my family, hearing God’s word, and typically releasing a little of the stress that seems to be hanging around.

I may not be at church every week, but that doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about my faith.

What are your thoughts on faith? Does it play a role in your life?

2 thoughts on “skipping church.

  1. Faith definitely plays a role in my life. I sing in a choir at church during the Sept-May months but we take the summer off so I don’t get there as often as I’d like, but it’s still a part of my life even if I’m not there as much.

  2. Faith definitely plays a big role in my life. There aren’t many people around my age at church either. The ones around my age have families so it seems like people take a break from attending church until they have little ones of their own. I haven’t been the best at getting to church every Sunday this summer. I’m usually really good about it but have missed a handful of Sundays this summer.

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