But don't be boring.
Your story isn't boring. You're human. Your story is exactly what others need to hear to see God in this place. I'm reading a book currently by David Nihill who wrote the book after a year of pretending he was a stand-up comedian by doing stand-up. He did this solely to get over his fear of public speaking. It's really good. I want to share some quotes from the book because the wisdom in this book can be applied to our own personal transformation stories.
"The brain doesn't pay attention to boring things . . . emotionally charged (events like laughter trigger a dopamine release which) greatly aids memory and information processing." Biologist John Medina
"The human species thinks in metaphors and learns through stories." Mary Catherin Bateson
Nihill writes on page 11, "The world is a funny place and your existence within it is probably funnier. Accepting that fact is a blessing that gives you everything you need to see humor and craft stories on a daily basis."
Jesus used stories all the time when He taught. He still is (they are just living stories now through His people's lives). I bet when He told His stories there was a lot of laughter. Sure, He was serious but I think He laughed a lot. I wonder if we start putting humor into our God stories, while being honest and vulnerable (so that means we poke fun only at ourselves) what could God do?