It has been 6 months since I published my first blog. Time really flies. Looking back I thank God that I started this journey. It has been one full of uncertainties. I wasn’t sure if I could write at all but I was willing to try. It has been an interesting adventure.
I’ve always loved journalling. I find it very therapeutic. When I didn’t know what to write about I imagined myself writing on my journal minus the confidential stuff. I thank God for Pastor Jeff, James Wetu and Mary K for pushing me into this arena and for imparting grace to me. I’m glad I took on the challenge. As much as my articles have touched a few lives, I have been the greatest beneficiary. I have learnt consistency and discipline. I had to post a new article every week. Nobody pushed me to do this, it was a goal I had set by myself. Some days I had nothing to write about. Other days I was extremely busy but I posted a new article every week without fail. I pushed myself to keep my word. That has been one of my greatest achievements for the year 2020.
I am also really grateful for one of my biggest fan Pastor Antony Munene. He has helped me realize that this isn’t just writing, it is a form of ministry. His support and comments made me reconsider why I write. Now I have allowed God to use this skill to impact lives. This means that I can’t just write anymore. I have to seek the Lord for direction and content.
What to expect from me in 2021
More articles will be coming your way. I can promise you that I will not stop writing. One of my greatest passion has been and will always be medicine. I hope to write more articles about my medical school journey, my experiences in this field, and to also answer questions that people rarely ask. I am all about saving lives and writing helps me save lives without cutting anyone open or driving a needle through their skin. I hope to make a difference in the lives of all my readers. That is my goal for 2021.
I will also share more stories and testimonies. I believe there is power in sharing our testimonies. Your testimony can actually save a life.
And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death. Rev 12:11 (KJV)
You can also expect more vulnerability, authenticity, transparency and originality from me.
I take this opportunity to thank everyone that has supported me in any way. Thank you for reading my articles, sharing them, leaving comments and remarks. May God bless you for me. Pastor Jeff Gichuki, what would I ever do without you Dad?
Please let me know which of the 26 articles I posted this year you found helpful and why. See you Next Year. God and I love you so much.
Happy New Year 2021.