More than anything, I want to be part of God’s Great Story.
This chapter of my story has included moving to a new state, changing jobs, sending off our daughter to college, guiding our son as he starts a new high school, reconnecting with family and old friends as well as making new friends. And I’m learning to trust God with all of it.
God’s been writing His Story for many years, and He is writing a unique story for you, too.
I want you to understand God’s Story so you can better understand your own story.
I am attending a new church, and it’s been a little uncomfortable for me.
Have you ever felt uncomfortable in church?
Maybe you’re new, and you wish you had an old friend by your side. Or maybe the sermon is about some guy named Abraham, and you look around to see everyone nodding their heads, like they know exactly who the preacher is talking about. But you’re sitting there, wondering if you’ve missed something.
What is Abraham’s story? And what does it have to do with your story?
This is why I started writing – to fill you in on some of the foundational stories from the Bible so that you can find your place in God’s Story.
If you’re new to Bible Basics, you may want to start at the beginning to see how the first story in the Bible relates to your story. Or you may want to stick around to see what’s up next.
Either way, welcome. I’m glad you’re here.