I’ve taken a sabbatical from social media activities to work on reading and working on my personal life. You may notice a slowdown on the amount of posts you see on the Lutheran Anglican Facebook page as a result. Rest assured, I will be back soon.
I think we all experience those moments in our lives where our faith is strong and we have those mountain-top experiences. Unfortunately, this is not one of those times for me. As many of you know, I have been rather open about my battles with mental health – specifically Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). It has reared its ugly head once again. It’s a continual battle, but it’s one that I will fight until the end. Thankfully we have a God who already won the war, so we can rest in Him. May God help us all to remember this comforting fact.
During my break, I have been immersing myself in the Scriptures, as well as C.S. Lewis and Martin Luther. My plan is to read and digest as much as I can. I’m still updating the pages on this site as I read, so be on the lookout. The most recent page updated has been C.S. Lewis. I have a ton of new quotes from his book God in the Dock.
I plan to come back from the sabbatical stronger than ever. In the meantime, I covet any prayers you can throw my way, and I will pray for the visitors of this website and Facebook page.
“May the Lord bless you and protect you; may the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; may the Lord look with favor on you and give you peace.” – Numbers 6:24-26 (CSB)
Yours in Christ,