Let the Nations Read Blogs!

In 2013, people from 140 different countries visited the site.  Some from countries I'd never even heard of before (Thanks, New Caledonia!). The Bible exclaims in Psalm 67:4, "Let the nations be glad!"  Well, in light of this post perhaps we can paraphrase.  "Let the nations read blogs!" Praise the Lord for making the world … Continue reading Let the Nations Read Blogs!

6 Suggestions to Try Before You Send an Angry E-mail

E-mail has become an acceptable way to address sensitive issues.  Disagreements between co-workers, family members, and friends can all be brought up in an e-mail.  But trying to resolve an argument through your inbox can set you up for a broken relationship. In my former life as an administrator, I'd often be surprised to fire … Continue reading 6 Suggestions to Try Before You Send an Angry E-mail

Three Lessons I Learned From Almost Crashing My Website

Did I ever tell about the time I almost crashed my website? I woke up before sunrise one morning and couldn't get back to sleep, so I started fiddling with my webhosting service, Bluehost.  If you don't know much about running a blog or a website, a webhosting service basically allows you to store your … Continue reading Three Lessons I Learned From Almost Crashing My Website

Four Reasons Why I’m Writing More in 2013

In his second letter to Timothy, the Apostle Paul writes to a young minister named Timothy who is just beginning to take on leadership of a congregation.  Timothy is, understandably, trepidatious about the daunting responsibility of shepherding God's flock.  By way of encouragement Paul says to him, "For this reason I remind you to fan … Continue reading Four Reasons Why I’m Writing More in 2013