Lost in Christianity

Be Where You Are - Life Coach

Written By Kurtis Vanderpool

I'm a Certified Life Coach working to help people live healthier, happier, and more helpful lives. Whether is deconstructing your faith, navigating a relationship, or just the difficulties of adulting, I have over 10 years experience coaching people to create lives they love!

December 29, 2021

I don’t know where I am these days.

 

Church is repulsive to me, as is most rhetoric of western Christianity.

I feel completely lost in Christianity .

 

Yet,

there is still a presence within me.

It is what keeps me sane. What makes me happy, confident, and content.

 

Like napping in the middle of a storm.

 

I believe it is the spirit and presence of Jesus, but just calling it so brings too many unfortunate connections and Christian baggage, and again…

the revulsion comes.

 

I am in NO way trying to be Ex Christian or Anti Christian.

Just the opposite in fact.

I am looking for ways to stay one, but it feels like nothing is working and I cannot, WILL NOT pretend that I don’t feel what I feel.

 

I can only be authentic, humble, open, and trust that the God and friend I have known for 20+ years will be the faithful one.

 

He will make a way.

 

Until then…

I don’t know where I am these days.

But I think that’s alright for now.

 

Lost in Christianity - Deconstruction Life Coach

Lost in Christianity – Deconstruction Life Coach

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