started going to church

When wondering  why I am here on this earth, what is my purpose, etc…I have been feeling that my spirituality could use a boost. Now to me, spirituality is not only God, but it is people, nature with its seasons and their beauty , and also love for fellow man and wanting to help them. I certainly don’t want to offend anyone, but I wanted to go to a church where it was more spiritual , not so much organized religion. For the last 2 Sundays, and for reasons I can’t comprehend (is it a sign from God?), I’ve woken up early enough to attend services at Grace Church. It is a casual, non denominational church focusing on the Bible,  helping us get closer to God , but they preach in a way that I can understand and relate to. Yesterday, the pastor spoke about risk. Everything in life is a risk. My blogging is a risk…someone may read it and hate what I write. I want a new job, thinking that might be the answer to more happiness, but it’s risky to leave the safe one. I risk people thinking I’m weird or ungrateful because I’m searching for more out of life. All I can do is keep pursuing and trying new things. The answer could be simple, but until then, i continue blogging in hopes that writing my thoughts will help me discover my true purpose.

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About midlifeKrisis

I'm a happily married woman who is trying to figure out my purpose in life. I have a great husband and friends, an ok job - in this economy, i know i'm lucky to have one, and a pretty good social life. But...there's something missing. I feel I should be happier, so I've decided to start a blog to get my thoughts out there and maybe motivate myself.
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One Response to started going to church

  1. I can definitely agree with the need for a connection with spirituality and doing it in a non-denominational church after growing up strict Roman Catholic. The more answers you seek, the faster you will find fulfillment.

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