I have learned to describe myself as a writer and personal/faith blogger. Even though I do not have published books in Barnes and Noble, I am still a writer. And even though I do not have thousands and thousands of followers, I am still a blogger. Despite my modest following, I choose to write and blog. I love writing, and I have discovered that I can use my blog to encourage others. When I write about challenging subjects such as grief, I am sharing my experiences about a subject that others may not want to talk about. When I write about racism and how the Church should respond to it, I am being real about a topic that others just want to whisper about.
As you know, God has given all of us gifts so that we can use them purposely. So, I write and blog about the tough stuff. I read the blogs of other folks who write about the tough stuff and how God helped them to endure their circumstances. I am encouraged by this online community, and I want you, the readers, to know about these fantastic voices.
Since my blog, afrotaticlady.com will be turning two (woot woot!) on August 27th, I have decided to do another blog series! The blog series, Blogging in His Light, is a showcase of admirable Christians who write and blog. Starting tomorrow and ending in late August, I will be posting interviews that I conducted with them.
If there was an awards show for Christian bloggers, these are the bloggers that should be recognized. Please join me in this celebration of my comrades in blogging.
Also, if you are a reader of blogs, please tell me who your favorite bloggers are?
Monica aka afrotasticlady
Hi there! I am a new follower (tagged by the lovely Naomi from Finite1.com)! I am absolutely loving what you’re doing. The first three sentences hit me like a ton of bricks, but in a great way. Lol. I am learning to embrace my authentic self and what you said pretty much sums it up for me. Looking forward to the series!
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Hey Pinkandgabulous! BTW, I love the name of your blog. It’s very cute. Thanks so much for reading and commenting! I hear you about learning to be your authentic self. It’s not an easy journey but you are son worth investing in. 🙂
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