This is something I’ve been considering for a few days so I thought I’d throw it out there and see what you guys think. I’m thinking about starting another blog about my relationship with God and my quest to become a better Christian. Normally, I’m not a big fan of having multiple blogs. I don’t like having to jump around to follow along. I definitely don’t need anything else to suck up my time. Between this blog, many forums, and now Facebook I really feel like the internet already takes up enough of my time.
I really want to write about it though. And I don’t think I want to do it here. Let’s get one thing straight, I’m not ashamed to put it out there that I’m a Christian. The thing is, I wasn’t always. I know what it’s like to be an atheist and I know how I felt about religious mumbo jumbo back then. And I know that the way to be a good witness is not to scare people away. I want my normal readers to be able to enjoy the content here without feeling at all uncomfortable.
I want to be completely comfortable too. For that reason I’m thinking a new blog might even be restricted, set up so that you have to log in to read it. I could invite a few people to start and if you’re interested you could let me know and I could add you. I’m really inspired by many other blogs that I read. However, mine would be a lot different. Mine wouldn’t be an inspiring here-are-the-answers type blog. Instead, I want to talk about what it’s like to join the church as an adult and not know all those things that other people know. I don’t even know the basics, but I’m determined to learn.
One other note, if I do this, I’m not going to feel any pressure to post regularly. I’d post when I felt like it, whether that be once a week or once a month. I’m not going to commit to anything more than that.
What do you think? Are you feeling it? Prefer I keep it seperate (like I plan to)? Want/need to learn along with me? Care to follow along to offer inspiration? Will it (or has it already) changed your opinion of me? How? I want to know what you’re really thinking here folks. 🙂