If you have spent any time reading this blog, you know I’m well acquainted with lost. Far too often I’m hunting my keys. Papers seem to get lost among the piles on my desk. And the most nerve wrecking thing is when I find myself lost and I’m sitting behind the steering wheel of my car. Being lost produces great anxiety for this directionally challenged girl. And there have been a few times I have managed to get so turned around that I did not know where I was or how to get out. I completely lost my sense of direction. Most of us would agree that being lost physically is uncomfortable but how many of you know that sometimes we know right where we are at in the natural. Yet we have still managed to lose ourselves. I’m over at Lisa Shaw sharing why knowing Where Are You is important?