Lately, I have been plagued by self-doubt about my writing skills. I have envisioned several blog posts in my head and even gone so far as to start rough drafts, but never complete them because I am worried about whether it’s good enough.
I mean there are a million bloggers in the world, how could I possibly think I have something interesting or unique to add?
So I just stopped posting.
But this week, God called me to the carpet. He reminded me that I write not for page views or praise, but for Him.
So after being enraged by the Stanford rapist’s unusually light sentence, I wrote a blog for my job about how Christians should act in a culture that devalues women. I know this topic has been written about a lot and probably better than I did, but I said it anyway.
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