I have to write. I have to figure out what I think about my life and I can’t do it without writing. I don’t know what I think until I write it out.
Writing has given me permission to contemplate my life in a daily rhythm, looking for the touches and movement of God across the day. I couldn’t explain it, but I needed to take the time to process through my life and even the world’s demands, it became a rhythm of my day, almost a spiritual discipline, to retreat and marvel and notice and struggle. I need to figure out what I believe and why, I need to figure out God, life, love, and I do that by reading and by writing, not by talking.
— Sarah Bessey on IntrovertedChurch.com.