When reflecting on what my faith style is I looked back on my life. I thought about my childhood and growing up in a Christian based home. Growing up my faith style was very traditional. We went to church almost every Sunday. We had strict rules and morals. I followed the rules and guidelines as much as any young child would do.
I believe that my traditional style changed after I found out I was pregnant with my son Cade. Telling my mom I was pregnant at twenty and not married was one of the hardest things I have done. I never ever thought I would’ve been in that situation but I believe that God had a plan. He had a plan that Cade was suppose to enter my life at that time. It was not easy being a young and eventually single parent. I always found peace in knowing that I was putting Cade first and my trust in God. Having Cade so young changed my view point of how traditional I was. No one is supposed to have children out of marriage and I did. How could I be religious and have this happen. We are supposed to save ourselves until marriage and I disobey God’s commandments. I found myself feeling ashamed and alone. After delivering Cade I found that God didn’t punish me. He blessed me in the greatest way. Not everyone can have children and I was blest to have Cade. Over the years I have developed a deeper relationship with God. I find myself listening to more and more of his music on the radio. I try hard to make sure to make it to church as much as I can. I also find myself praying several times throughout the day. I find comfort in praying and asking God for help. As a parent of four children I want to distill great morals and values in my children. I find it important that my children grow up learning about Jesus and God’s love.
When the book was talking about Becky and she didn’t know about being pregnant Diane said, “So do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring worries of its own. That hit such a cord with...
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