I’ve been thinking about this blog and how to make it as helpful as possible. To be honest, I’m not sure if anyone actually reads it. (If you do, whether you are a regular or just passing through, leave the occasional comment or send me a message and let me know what you think.) I guess this is one of the great values of blogging—this can be just as much for me to process in a digital journal, thus making public what has often been private.
I heard someone say once that good writers write for themselves. And, to be honest, that’s all that I really want to be. There are some great blogs out there. If you want some great insights into ministry and leadership, you should really check out Jim Martin’s blog “A Place for the God Hungry.” Interested in daily spiritual growth? Check our Chris Altrock’s “True North” blog for his “Ten Minute Transformation” posts. Want to read about the intersection between faith and culture? There is probably no one better guide in the digital frontier than Josh Graves. These are some of the blogs that I read that I find helpful, and I think you will enjoy them as well.
So, here’s what I am thinking: Instead of trying really hard to make this blog deeply profound and come with daily devotionals, I think I am going to alter course just a little. Mondays are now going to be known as “Meditation Mondays.” I will offer a devotional for the week that will hopefully give you some encouragement. Wednesdays will be known as “Writing Wednesdays,” and I am going to just write. Who knows what will come up? It may be personal. It may be profound. It may be profoundly personal. It may be personally profound. The point is that Wednesdays will be about writing. Then Fridays will be “Fun Fridays.” I think the name says it all here. It may be a movie review or a funny story. Yet it will be within the context of faith, life and ministry.