The Front or The Back


Having been a church goer most of my life it’s always interesting to see who sits up front and all the way in the back. Everyone has their own comfort zone and that sort of thing but the whole thing fascinates me. To me the closer you are to the action up front the more you get out of it, kind of like being in a school classroom.

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Community of Faith


copseden I have been in a community of faith throughout my life. To grow in one’s religious life it’s important to find a place of worship and connection that makes sense to you. Fellowship and discipleship should be learned and practiced. You cannot do it alone, it doesn’t matter if you are Catholic, Methodist, Mormon, Muslim or Buddhist you need community to share grace and peace.

Our Spot


Everyone has a place where they sit. For many like Sheldon Cooper of “The Big Bang Theory” their spot is where they hold court, ponder life and hold court. Whether it be on a church pew, kitchen table, break room, in your living room like Dr. Cooper everyone has a spot. There are particular places where we feel comfortable and content.

Our place in the world is where we are in our spot. Everyone looks for that spot where they can feel at ease. In that spot we find our lives going by. The spot you occupy is where people know to find you. We all find times when we search for that spot in life that gives us some peace. God gives us our spot where we can learn and grow.

Our spot can be a welcoming place for others and for many there’s another spot for someone special right next to us. In our spot we find ourselves and learn to understand others. Wherever you are you have your spot.  I hope you have one.

Faith Bloggers


If you have a blog that talks about your faith I have found that talking about your personal story is a great way to connect with others. Reblogging graphics with scripture and religious text from others is good and all but you really aren’t saying anything that will impact someone. Being open minded to what others are saying can build a solid bridge of understanding. Your faith is a part of who you are but there is more to you than just your higher power.

Faith Talk


I have found it’s easier to share and express my faith on Tumblr than it is on Facebook. Many more people here are open minded and come from diverse backgrounds. Not everyone agrees with me here but that is OK. I enjoy respectful dialogue that seems to be thought provoking. I am grateful to you all for giving me the freedom to talk faith from a liberal and intellectual perspective.