Confession: I prayed fitfully, rarely, unspiritually and with little faith over this blog series. I do wish I had prayed more. I wish I had studied more scriptures and defined a purpose for the series beyond writing every day.
While I could care a little less about how many people comment or read my blog (less during this series than usual!), stats don’t consume me. Mostly, I write for myself, for the Lord, for my children to know me better. Writing is often the goal of writing, for me. I write to keep writing so I never stop writing. And I pray God would use writing to change me. That writing would cause transformation, that transformation would cause writing and that it would be evident within.
Thankfully, I am changed as the result of writing this series. I pray more diligently for the missionaries we support, as well as the people who support us. Our giving this year is generous. And while it’s not perfect, I am proud of the content I pushed into the blogosphere. If it caused one person to pray more often, more sincerely, or more intentionally for people serving God on the field, then I have done my job, to God be the Glory!
To God be the Glory forever and ever. Amen.