I’ve always been one to write in a journal–my oldest journal dates back to when I was seven years old and just starting to write. I’m a fairly organized person, so each journal sort of has a different purpose–one for writing events and hopes and how I feel in, and one for prayers and church notes and all that jazz. Today, I want to tell you about some journals that combine devotionals and writing.
Yay for church notes again!
Today’s guest blogger is one I came across in the WordPress Reader. I saw this incredible post she had written and asked to share it with all of you, so here it is!
Wow, wow, wow.
I can’t even begin to explain this book. It’s complex, it’s simple, it’s humorous, it’s serious. It’s raw and real and honest. Levi strips away the masks we like to hide behind, and gets down to business. I smiled and laughed at some of his personal stories; they drew me in and I couldn’t put this book down.
This word may not be for everybody, but it sure hit me where I’m at when I read it.