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“I need to spend more time with God.”
“I don’t know where to start reading the Bible.”
“Sometimes my devotions feel really repetitive.”

One of the most important parts about our relationship with God is our daily walk with Him. But so many of us find it difficult to keep that consistent walk. What can we do as a community to help “encourage one another and build each other up. (1 Thess 5:11)”

We’re launching a new feature here at called MyWalk. It’s a series of interviews (once a month) from different people in our church about their walks with God. It’s a great way to get ideas for how to keep your walk with God fresh, and at the same time encourage one another.

There will be a new MyWalk each month. And if you’d like to be interviewed, drop me an email and we’ll get something arranged.

Enjoy this new feature of and feel free to drop us a comment!

3 Responses to "MyWalk"
  1. William How says:

    Amen to your exhortation to walk in daily devotion, Pastor Bert. Here are some of my thoughts as a fellow traveler in the faith journey. One, reading God’s Word is meeting Him. We desire to meet the One who died to save us, the only One who can gives wisdom for daily living, the One who can forgive our sins, the One who provides for our every needs, …[fill in your reasons for wanting to meet Jesus today]. Two, there are many tools to help us in this area of daily devotion – this is how I do it (I use the daily readings from the ESV website. and a devotional journal template to capture what God is saying to me (if God puts the desire in you, email me to get a template). Three, discipline and effort are required. We invested so much time, effort and money to get an education because we see and taste the benefits. Unlike the temporal things, spiritual riches will last.
    These are my thoughts and I welcome your views and correction if my theology is faulty.

  2. bert says:

    Hey William,
    Thanks for the comment. Do you want to be interviewed by Rebecca? It would be great to hear your process of walking with God both personally and with your family. I’m sure our readers and church brothers and sisters would love to read the interview! 🙂

    There are now so many tools available to help believers in reading God’s word, and I’m hoping MyWalk will help introduce them to one another.

    But you can have all the tools available, but if people aren’t willing to walk then they’ll just stay where they are. Discipline and effort are definitely required!

    Thanks for sharing.

    • William How says:

      Thanks, Pastor, maybe one year down the road. That will give people time to observe my life to see if they are interested in what I have to say!

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