Freddy Luna

I can’t decide if figuring out “who I am” is eye­-opening and encouraging, or just humbling. Perhaps it is a little of both. Primarily, it is easy to say that everything about me revolves around my relationship with Jesus Christ. This sounds cliché, I know. But I promise, I’m not going for the “look at me, I’m a good little Christian!” routine.  Instead, my desire is to clearly paint the picture of who I am. The fact of the matter is that I’m a normal guy who, without Christ, would amount to nothing whatsoever. This is why I have found this self-­analyzing humbling.  It has forced me to realize that without my faith, who I am as a person would be helplessly
incomplete. Yes, I have a nice family and reasonable circumstances.  I even go to a nice church and a solid Christian school.  Less than 1% of the world’s population can boast about that, so I certainly don’t deny that I am blessed.  But in the end, “who I am” would be insignificant if Christ didn’t give my life purpose. Needless to say, most of my writings will reflect the truth that all true meaning in life comes from Jesus Christ. Perhaps there will be some excerpts about the challenges of golf or fun times with friends (as these are two things I enjoy), but my main thrust will always be about how the transforming love of Christ is daily shaping my life. Hope you are enriched by these writings!


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