At Story’s End

As hard as it is to believe, April is almost upon us. That means the new and improved In Touch Magazine has hit homes! We have new departments, a new layout, look, and feel, and have gained eight pages in length. That means there is more room for Bible studies, articles, and photos! If you don’t already receive a free copy from us via mail each month, I encourage you to visit our website and register. If you prefer the electronic version, you can visit our homepage.

This one, I’m not going to lie to you, was downright painful to write. It went through several substantial revisions before arriving in the form you see before you. However, I can say that it was worth all the wailing and gnashing of teeth I had to go through because the version that came out ended up being much better than the first one I submitted. This proves two things to me that I’ve long believed but need to be reminded of time and time again. One, God is in control. It’s His talent I’m using on borrowed time, and if I ever begin to think it’s mine, He reminds me with a challenging piece like this. And two, as wonderful and rewarding as the writing process is, it will always be hard. But then again, if it were easy, I might not love it so much.

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4 thoughts on “At Story’s End

  1. Awesome, Jane Eyre is my favorite classic novel. We were just discussing at church that we all have a “God Story” how He uses our lives, stories, books, movies all to celebrate Him and his glory. We need to tell others boldly today. Thanks

    1. Awesome! We are all His stories, and every time I see just a fragment of how He weaves them together, I’m blown away all over again. Thanks for reading and leaving a comment!

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