I’m starting a new project. Of course I am. I always have projects in the works, in the back of my mind, on the pages of my notebook.
But this one, I’ve actually started.
If all goes well, at the beginning of the New Year (or perhaps sooner), I’ll be broadcasting a weekly podcast called “Five Minute Faith”.
I’m learning so much about what makes a podcast: How to format a recording. When to edit sound.
I’m also learning about Faith.
Because a person can’t seriously start a project like this and not be thrown to the wolves now and then for a bit of training, right?!
I’m not yet well-versed in behind-the-scenes editing. So I beg your forgiveness if the first few episodes aren’t perfect. What’s that saying?
Please be patient.
God isn’t finished with me yet.
Yeah. That’s it.
Most of the time, the podcast will be around five minutes. I’m not perfect. I’m not a theologian or a Pastor. But I definitely have a heart for God and desire to share Him with you, one moment at a time.
Now and then the podcast will run longer as special guests share their stories of Faith.
This isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, either. There are hard questions about Faith. I’m not here to tell you if you believe in God all your problems will go away. I’m here to tell you that He is here, even when it doesn’t seem like it. And He is here, shining through as you example Him to the world around you.
Shortly after the podcast begins broadcasting, BROKEN GIRL should be available as well.
Both of these projects have been in the works for a long time and it’s nice to see the finish line.
This is what I’ve been working on. These are the first steps. These are the Somethings I’ve been doing.
Why am I doing these? Because we all need encouragement. We all need to know we’re not alone. We’re individual, but we’re not unique. We’re together. In this life, on this planet, we’re together. And I need you.
This is just another way for me to tell you how important you are.
I hope you’ll stick around and share your own stories and questions about Faith.
And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!