When you read a post with a title like that, you're probably thinking about your hometown or where you live. And yes, those could very much be home for you, but I'm talking a little bit more figuratively than literally.
What am I trying to say?
When I think of "home" besides where I sleep at night, I think of my church.
I think of the family that I've developed relationships with over the past year or so and what they have done for me in my life.
I think of the joy that I feel every time I walk into the building or hang out with my church family.
I think of everything that I have learned about God and myself through my church and the people in it.
I think about all of the ways that God has blessed me since being at my church.
I think about how I get to serve and "do life" with some of the best people I've ever met.
My church just finished a series on friending, and it made me think about all the relationships that I had developed in the time that I had been in my church and all the opportunities that I've had to meet with people and do certain things as a result. It's so cliché to say that I'm blessed, but if you were to take a look at my church history, then you'd understand why. (That is another post for another day).
Everyone needs a place where they feel at home. Everyone needs that special place where they feel comfortable and feel like they can be completely themselves. Where is that place for you?