In honor of my finally getting my feet on the ground in Europe, I have made another vlog (my second ever!), this time on how to share your faith.
This vlog signifies the wrap-up of the “First Love” themed posts! God’s love is unimaginable, and a healthy relationship with Him will grow our love for Him and for people over time. That love often manifests itself in the form of sharing God with those around us.
I hope this video helps you share Jesus with someone today!
Welcome to my first ever VLOG POST!! *Cue confetti machine* (Is there such a thing as a confetti machine?)
So, earlier today I decided to try making a vlog post rather than write a blog post because I wanted to save time. And, you know, vlogs take 0 time to make. You’ve just gotta shoot the thing and upload it, right?
If you clicked on this post, you probably belong to one of two camps.
The first is a group of people that really want to start reading the Bible but have no idea where to start. This morning, out of curiosity, I Googled “Reading the Bible.” Two of the suggestions that came up were “where to start” and “for the first time.” Clearly there are a lot of people with a hunger for God’s Word, but a lot of us don’t know where to begin! Keep reading for helpful tips for starting out. At the end of the post I’ve included a section for where it is best to physically start within the Bible.
I wanted to go off on a tangent about the fact that a lot of Christian art these days is less than glorifying because of its low quality, but this guy already did, so if you’re at all interested, you are a gift and there it is.
Anyway, there are some really amazing artists out there that continue to go unrecognized because they have to face the stigma of the “Christian rapper” title, when they are actually incredibly talented and make great music.
I don’t at all believe that God is offended when we listen to secular music, and I also don’t believe that we should be afraid to listen to secular music. But, to be honest with you, sometimes Christian music motivates me more than secular music–provided it’s actually high quality–because things of God are more exciting to me these days than things of this world. Also, if it’s good enough music to compete with secular music, there’s no reason not to choose it. In my opinion, the songs I’m about to list rival any of the secular ones I work out to. 100% Jenna-endorsed. Pinky promise.