April is almost upon us, and that means ... no, not filing taxes, let's don't think about that ... it's time for the annual A-Z blogging challenge. The A-Z challenge means we write a blog-post six days a week on any topic we choose as long as the topic begins with the letter of the day. We start with "A" on April 1st and end with "Z" on April 30. You can choose a theme or write randomly.
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This will be my third year to participate and I was racking my brain on what topic I could cover. It came to me - you're always told to "write what you know." As anyone who has visited my blog knows, I am a Christian, work as a ministry assistant in two churches and have been raised in church since the first day my mama ventured outside into the world with a newborn me.
In the manner of Jeff Foxworthy's shtick "You might be a Redneck," I will attempt to describe what a Christian is from A-Z. I'm calling my series: "You might be a Christian from A-Z".
I hope you will join me. I can't be funny like Jeff Foxworthy, but I will inject humor whenever possible as I describe the mindset of a Christian from A-Z. Hopefully, I might be able to explain some "Christianese" language that Christians are so used to saying they don't realize a non-believer might not understand their meaning.
In fact, if you'd like to participate, leave a word in the comments that Christians always say, and I will see if I can work it in to my series.
So, bright and early on April 1st, about 7 a.m. go to my A-Z Landing Page to find the link for my first post of the challenge. Be there or be square!