When faith leaders told me about the faith evans article I wasn’t sure how to react.
I was told it was a great story and that I should keep my head down.
I didn’t know how to act in that moment.
I tried to act like a skeptic and kept thinking about how many churches are under attack.
I had to be careful not to let my faith evas be a target for criticism.
But the faith community that I grew up in, the people who helped me make it, have been through so much and so many things.
I was taught to respect others’ faith and not judge them.
It was the same lesson my mom taught me: Do your homework.
I also learned to embrace the fact that it’s okay to have doubts.
It’s okay for you to have fears, and it’s OK to be curious and open to new ideas.
When faith evan’s faith is being attacked, the best way to help them is to be patient and understanding.
When I first started writing this story, I was skeptical that the church would go away.
I told myself, “You know, I don’t believe the churches will disappear.”
But I’m not a believer.
I don,t believe in a return to the church of the Bible.
The faith evains its authority, and I’m okay with that.
Faith evans has always been a place where I can meet people and learn about things that I don�t understand.
In fact, it�s what I’m most interested in when I sit down with people.
So I’ve decided to continue writing about faith evanes.
When the news broke about the attack on faith evANS, my heart sank.
I knew that the stories that I was writing about the attacks would have repercussions on faith community members.
It took me a few days to come to terms with this.
I wanted to stay quiet about it, but I knew I would be seen as a failure if I didn�t.
It is not that I think the churches have no right to attack them, but the attacks on faithevans have been very damaging to my faith community.
I felt so bad for the victims of this attack that I had to make a decision. I couldn�t write about faithevANS because it would cause a backlash against me.
So when I was finally able to speak about the church and the attack, I decided to share the news with faith evanders.
I wasn�t going to say, “The churches are gone.” I wasn��t going make it about my faith.
I wrote about the abuse, about how the attacks were so devastating.
I wrote about how I felt so sad and alone.
But I also wrote about faith Evans and the people I have met through it.
I spoke about the community that had been so important to me growing up.
I shared the stories of people who are so brave in the face of attacks.
I thought, If I can be that courageous and have faith in the people that I�ve met, maybe they can have faith, too.
I hope this is the start of a conversation about what it means to be a good faith leader.
How to listen and to treat people with respect, not only in church but in any setting where you come in contact with them.
The stories of the faithevas victims, like those of the churches, have taught me that it�ll be okay to feel hurt or fear.
I hope that I can make a difference by being a good and caring person and I hope the church can help me.