It has been almost a year since I started my blog.
It’s been a long process and I want to say thanks for sticking with me.
The support I have received during this time has been amazing. So many of you encourage me each with each post.
And where I would be without all the technical assistance in regards to setting up and continuing to run the site.
I also am humbled by all the people who jump in without hesitation, with tips and advice, to help me become a better writer.
It’s been quite a learning process and I still have a long way to go.
In the story I have reached the first pivotal moment in which the court-martial determined the length of my confinement.
The amount of time I had to serve was perfect because anything less would probably not have helped me be where I am today.
Anything more might have damaged me with institutionalization.
Moving forward, I will write about;
* Testifying in other courts-martial.
* A couple transfers between facilities.
* The day to day activities of inmate life.
* The interactions I had with some of the other inmates.
* Some crazy things that happened.
* My slow growth of emotional and spiritual maturity.
Also, there are two more main pivotal moments defining my experience in Ft. Leavenworth.
Specific instances when God clearly made me aware of his pursuit and presence in my life.
I will lead you through these and tell you how they changed me.
I know that it’s hard waiting a week between each post, but I want to remain as accurate as possible.
I want to make sure that I’m not just trying to meet my self-imposed Tuesday deadline.
I am so humbled that God is allowing me to share my mess for His glory.
So, THANKS to everyone!
Without you, there would be no blog!