Blogging and Journaling
I have always been an advocate of journaling. I have written prayers, dreams and secrets to God for years. Blogging has become a new habit of mine. I have done it since 2007 (ever since we launched The Point). Both have become part of my weekly routine. I don’t do either every day – that gets pretty boring for an ADDHD guy. ADDHD, what’s that? Attention Deficit Disorder in High-Def! That describes me!
Journaling is a personal thing. It is thoughts and prayers that I seldom share with anyone. It’s private.
Blogging is a public thing. The writings are things that I want to share with everyone!
Why do I write?
1. I want to pour out my heart to God, undistracted!
2. I want others to learn from my experiences!
3. I want to leave behind something for my children.
4. I want to impact more than just those I know face to face.
My goal in life is to “live a life worth writing about.” Will someone want to write about my life? My family? My ministry?