Guest posting, Lent

More About Beautiful Confessions

More About Beautiful Confessions

God continues to teach me about beautiful confessions.

Ever since I wrote that book, I can’t seem to stop confessing hard, ugly things. I can’t stop writing about it either. Learning to embrace confession before God has changed me–it is changing me still.

Confrontation with personal sin can feel like a sudden exile into the wilderness. My heart suddenly revealed itself to be such a pit of darkness, and I’d lived so long believing in my own disguises. I hadn’t wanted to believe the truth about where I was, and how I’d been living. I lived for years on a pedestal of my own making. The only god I really worshiped looked an awful lot like me.


It’s not that confession has suddenly become easier for me, it’s more that I’ve learned to value it in a way I didn’t before. It’s more that I understand, on a deeper, very real lever, my absolute need for it.

It turns out the admission of guilt isn’t actually the final nail in my coffin.

Join me today over at Jennifer Lee’s place for the rest of this post and a giveaway of my newest book, Holey, Wholly, Holy: Companion Workbook

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