Sometimes we have questions that we are afraid to ask. Sometimes we need advice about something and the blanket statement answers just don't cut it. Why do we not feel safe to get the help we need? Many religious leaders tend to give us the drive-thru fast food answers to a huge banquet style problem. It just doesn't cut it. Maybe your questions are about scripture and your denomination doesn't support you asking questions outside their box. I would like to extend to my readers the opportunity to ask anything in this forum. Without fear of being judged.
Maybe you love your fellowship, but you have questions you want to ask, that you know you'll get judged for asking or even contemplating. I want you to know you can ask anything here. I don't proclaim to have all the answers, but I know the one who does, Jesus. Not to say you don't know him too. Just that sometimes it helps to bounce things off one another and hear out what other people have to say from what they have experienced with our Lord and Savior. Sometimes a fresh perspective helps us come to the conclusion HE wants for us to get. I believe it's so important to allow ourselves to hear His voice...sometimes direct advice is not what we really need, but rather to hear someone out, but listen for His Spirit to speak to our hearts through those words from a brother or sister in Christ.
You can leave a question on this blog anonymously and I can post your question and hear out what our readers have to encourage you with. We have a wonderful online community of Believers that love the Lord and converse with you in the comment section.
The Body of Christ is a community. But this community is not just confined to your city or country, this Body is global. Being in touch with and building the online community through His Spirit is a powerful thing with grace and mercy. Sometimes it's the only community we can feel the safest in. Safe to be you.
Sisterlisa is a homeschooling mom of four children and married to an evangelist who travels to bring the gospel to those in need of our Savior. She is the owner of Growing in Grace Magazine and AGMinistries.