I’m Ana. I’m currently 28 years old, married to a wonderful man, and I have two beautiful children. On Sundays, I teach C.C.D., on Wednesday’s I study Theology, and on Thursdays, I’m a tutor for a homeschool program. During the rest of the week, I’m listening to the Bible in a Year Podcast, homeschooling my kids, learning from the Augustine Institute and the Word on Fire Institute. My personal apostolate is centered around learning and teaching. I have a very busy schedule. However, I enjoy sharing the gospel with others.
That brings me to this blog.
I created this blog so I can share the gospel with you, my readers. More specifically, I feel the need to bring my experience to the forefront when talking about the gospel. It’s become apparent to me that there is nothing more powerful than learning about Christian testimonies.
Recently, I wrote an entire article titled, “My Testimony” about how I fell away from my Catholic faith and made my way back. I poured my heart out when writing this blog post. I even share my most sensitive and emotional tribulations. It’s not something I felt comfortable writing because I was afraid of how others would respond. I especially did not feel comfortable sharing it on the internet for all to see because it is not a story about beauty. It’s a messy story. However, I felt the need to share it with you because I am a witness to something greater than myself.
I have had the privilege of learning the testimonies of many inspiring Catholics. I’m not claiming to be like them. That is not why I’m sharing my story. I am sharing my story because of the impact that their testimonies have had on my journey. I can recall wondering: what makes them so devout? Then I heard their testimonies and understood. As a result, I became inspired to write my own testimony. Moreover, I just want to share Christ with the world.
Above all, I want to bring good by means of this blog. I did not create this blog to call attention to myself but to Christ. As Saint Paul states in Galatians 2:20:
“and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me.”
Thank you for stopping by my blog and reading. Nothing I do here would be possible without you, reader. I want to say thank you. If you would like to say hi, I have a contact form.
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