I was raised as a PK (Preacher’s Kid). Sunday through Friday it was church, church, and more church for me. When I went to college I slowed down a lot due to my evolving spiritual beliefs and the rigidness of The Church in general. Still I find myself missing that part of my life and have been meditating a lot. Something is missing in me and honestly I just don’t know what it is. What should I do? Is there something, or some action you advise me to do to stop this ache?
***PK Girl, Church is usually the first thing most people let go of when they grow up and get out on their own. It’s almost like a grown up form of defiance. However, it does not have to be. There are millions of churches, and I am sure you can find one that fits your “evolving spiritual needs.” Still, it sounds like you are looking for more than a church home to quell the aches of the void within yourself. Trust me when I tell you that what you have is not some empty, bottomless void. It is instead a “God-sized hole,” and you’re trying to fill it with anything but God. Church may be the most common way people find their connection to God; but you should know the Church is within you, and God is everywhere! Reaffirm your bond with Him and all will fall into the place as it should be. Here’s the door sister, walk through it…
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