So, what to do with your heart story? All of our stories matter. But, here’s the thing: Some stories need to be passed on to future generations. Some stories need to be preserved via tape recorder, in a journal or diary, as a keepsake for the family. Very few of us have a story that needs to be published for public consumption, via traditional or self-publishing methods.
What were you put on earth to do? To pour your life into the radical act of living? Or to put words to your living? And where are those words to go? Into the hands of your children? Into the blogosphere? Or out into the world?
We’re all in a rush to be known.
Yet we often forget we’re already known by the One who has counted the very hairs on our heads—and this truth needs to be the heart of all of our stories.
This desire to make God known, is worth more than our very lives.
And that’s the only story worth telling.
So if you’re in, let’s begin.