End of the Year Wrap Up

Posted by Worldview Warriors On Monday, December 29, 2014 0 comments

by Katie Erickson

Well, we have approached the end of 2014. It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? It has definitely been a busy year for us at the Worldview Warriors ministry. In 2012 and 2013, we set the foundation by writing on a different word each week. In 2014, we’ve been answering tough questions - questions that we’ve actually been asked by people who follow this ministry, or know us personally. I encourage you to go through the archives of this year’s blog posts (over on the right) to see how we’ve answered these questions.

This year, we’ve by far published the most blog posts ever on this blog. We have many amazing writers who have helped us in this endeavor, and who have expertise in a wide range of topics. We’ve talked about all sorts of things, from the identity of Jesus, to natural law, to learning what a worldview is, to debating creation vs evolution, to discussing how to pray, and many more. We have even shared some personal stories of how we see God working in our lives. This year we have built upon our solid foundation of defining words, to now having wrestled through many difficult questions surrounding faith and how to live a life that follows Jesus Christ.

What has 2014 been like for you? Have you grown closer to God this year? Have you slowly drifted away from Him? Or has your faith remained somewhat stagnant? I encourage you to take this time to reflect back and compare where you’re at today to where you were a year ago this time, at the end of 2013.

New Year’s is both a time for looking back, and a time for looking ahead. As we look to 2015 in the world of blog writing, we’re excited for a new year of new challenges. Starting next week, we’ll spend the whole year going through the entire book of Romans, a few verses at a time. Romans contains many foundational beliefs of the Christian faith, and it will be quite an adventure for us to walk through the whole book with you.

It will be a new challenge for us as writers to go verse by verse, rather than writing on a particular topic for the week. But, just as this time last year we were looking at a different style of blogs (answering questions versus defining words), we’ll face this one head on and hopefully help encourage you in your walk with Christ, as we continue to grow closer to Him as well.

Thank you for being a loyal reader and reading what we have to say on all the questions we’ve looked at this year, and please plan to continue following our blog this next year to walk through Romans with us!

As Numbers 6:24-26 says, “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.”