Alright, I’m just going to throw this out here for my readership to answer:
What would happen if I were to write a book that told the story of my life in the Church? Instead of placing myself as the hero of my own story, what if I wrote as though God and the Church were both watching and active within, in ways that, as the journey progresses, I was unable to see. Has anyone read a narrative with a perspective like this? What are the hurdles in writing this way? Would anyone want to read and buy a book like this?
The theme of my story involves answering three questions:
Whether I, as a man, am really capable of love in obedience within the Church.
Whether God as I know Him in the Church is trustworthy.
Whether perfect love, in God, in the Church, really casts out all fear.
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