I have been following these two blogs for some time now but never gave them their own introduction. Sorry, friends!
I am 25 years old and in the process of getting divorced, moving out of my home of three years AND transitioning to a new job. WHEW! Lots of changes! Things have been very chaotic the last few months, but despite that life has felt very… well to be blunt-boring, up until this point. For many years I have lived and acted in ways that I thought would make other people happy rather than be myself. I am tired of pretending to be someone I am not, and I am tired of being apathetic towards life. So I am taking the bull by the horns and this next year I am going to start creating the life I want. This, I have no doubt, will include many adventures (and misadventures) and I hope you will join me on my journey of self-transformation as I make my way through the next year with my new status as a single woman.
Joy, Junk, and Jesus is Jenny’s blog, and is where she shares her thoughts on struggles and God.
Youth ministry Professional. Optimist. Musician. Friend.
Life in a fish bowl can be hard sometimes. This is my space to jump out of the bowl and and share my times of joy, my struggles with the junk, and my encounters with Jesus.
I hope you’ll take the time to stop by and see what they have to offer. And keep on writing!
EDIT: And a third! This one I just discovered, though it has been around for almost a month. Friends need to tell me when they start a blog!
The Fire Escape is a blog cowritten by two of my seminary classmates, David Kamphuis and Mike Hanck. They describe themselves as “two Lutherans attempting to add their theological voices to the sea of noise that is the internet.” The blog is just getting started, but I already like what I see.