It’s been a while hasn’t it? I’m sorry about that. I had a crazy few weeks at university (I feel like I say that a lot but hey, it’s my final year, it’s going to be full-time crazy is it not?) In fact, I’ve had a very welcome break from blogging while I’ve been devoting my time to coursework and now it’s the holidays, I’m hoping to get more organised and execute all this content that I’ve been planning.
I’m back with my beloved #FearlessFriday series after a short break and just in time for, arguably, the most important event in the Christian calendar. It is finished!
It’s Friyay, so you know what that means! It’s time for #FearlessFriday, where every Friday I’m sharing one of my friends’ stories of salvation, redemption and grace to encourage and challenge you. You can sign up to share your testimony here, as I’d love for you to join this fearless movement of ours. You can also catch up on the first two testimonies from Sarah and Phillip if you haven’t read their amazing stories already!
Today, this beautiful testimony comes from one of my dearest friends, Jonny.
Hi, friends. Welcome to the second installment of #FearlessFriday, where I’m sharing my friends’ stories of salvation, redemption and grace for your encouragement and conviction. If you missed Phillip’s testimony last Friday, you can find it here. Today’s testimony is from a dear friend of mine, Sarah, who speaks on the subject of forgiveness.
Today I have something a little different for you. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how as Christians, we should be excited and honoured to be able to share our stories of salvation, redemption and grace with our friends, Christian or otherwise, but we very rarely are. We have good news, so why are we so reluctant to share it? I have felt convicted to use this blog to share how God has been moving in my life and in the lives of my friends to hopefully bring some new perspective and encouragement to others.
So then I knew I wanted to share my friends stories, but I wasn’t sure how to label it. I thought back to conversations with one of my closest friends, Sarah, who was the person that made me question why Christians were so reluctant to share their testimonies with one another in the first place. The more I thought about it, the more that I realised we need to be: fearless.