Somebody commented one day and said I was really prolific.
They just had to use the p word.

Why couldn’t they have used the t word instead.

Terrific! That’s the ticket!

But I guess I have been a bit wordy. Not counting this post, I have written something like forty-six different articles.

I have ranted, cried, hurt, and shared my pain. And you for the most part, have encouraged, shared your struggles, and otherwise supported where I have been, where I am, and where I am going.

Thank you for sharing in the beginning of rediscovery–finding my voice again, developing a new ministry–whatever that might yet become or look like.

I have a speaking page attached to this blog and hope some will eventually allow me to share my journey and encourage them on theirs.

Also, there is a page devoted to endorsements. I am always looking for more–endorsements may help others see what I am trying to do.

My greatest dream is to write–as a source of healing for myself, inspiration for others, and a way to serve those who have their own faith struggles. And if I can support my family in the process, even better!

So, allow me to say thanks again for all the love.

In the meantime, there is a new article ready to go for tomorrow. I had fun writing it and look forward to sharing it with you.

I am extremely excited about the possibilities before me! In the next few days, I hope to have more information about my radio interview with Drew Marshall. I really hope good things come from that.

As always, your prayers are appreciated

Blessings to you and yours…


9 thoughts on “Whew

  1. While I’m not at all happy to hear that you will be posting with less frequency, I am so happy to hear that your writing is taking you in the direction you had hoped it would.

    Even when we were kids, it was obvious that you had a way with words and I’m glad to see you using that God given talent.

    I think that delivering your message via computer or written pages would allow you to minister to far more people than you have previously been able to, and that’s just one perk of going in this direction.

    Praying for your continued success…

  2. Yikes! I hope I didn’t hurt your feelings! You don’t need to slow down because what you have to say is important. After my husband died I wrote him a letter every night for a long time. I’m not as “prolific” as I was in the beginning but I still like putting my feelings down in writing, I still like the written word. And by the way, you are also “terrific”.

    • Amy, no way. I was just having fun. I like being called prolific! But, I do need some time to write… Other things maybe! Lol

  3. There are so many hurting hearts in this world, but, the heart I see hurting the most frequently is that of my closest friend, my sister. Your words have touched her as no ones words have been able to in 6 longs years! I consider that a blessing and for that I so thank you. Through your pain you can minister to others. It doesn’t require a pulpit my friend.

  4. Please don’t stop writing as much!!!!!! I love your blog and look forward to daily updates! 🙂 Unless this is what you are ready to do, then of course I support you…

  5. It’s a courageous gift to share your brokenness with all of us who also are either now or once were broken.

    Keep writing, keep hanging in there.

    Love you,

  6. Oh, please continue to write, Les! You’ll probably never really know how many people you are helping, how many lives you are touching. Every post you make helps someone: to think deeper, to realize that it’s ok to have questions…don’t stop writing. Prolific is terrific in this case!

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