As I mentioned yesterday, a special thanks to everyone for reading this blog. My heart is to simply use this medium of the internet to share things that I love about life and ministry. Hence, I am refining this blog to cover certain topics each day of the week that I hope will edify and encourage; that will lead to biblical change; that glorify God; and that will show that life is worth living because of Christ.
So, be looking next week for the following:
To the People in the Pews (Mondays) This will be a follow-up to the messages I preach on Sundays with the purpose of helping my congregation make the needed application and taking the next right step in wisdom.
The Making of a Man (Tuesdays) I have such a burden to see men be the spiritual leaders at home, church, work and recreation; to win over sin; to be men of the Word; to be gospel-centered and gospel-communicators.
Marriage Matters (Wednesdays) Being married for over 33 years does not make me an expert on this subject. I simply love being married, believe it to be the best thing next to my own personal salvation, and am very concerned about the lack of strong marriages in our world today. Hence, I’ll be sharing all kinds of tips to make marriage a blessing instead of a dread. Marriage matters to God; He created it. He has an awesome plan to make it work for His glory and our good . . . and to be fun!
This-N-That (Thursdays) Here’s a day to share various things on my heart about life in general.
Friday’s Findings (Fridays) I’ll continue to share links to good articles, tell you about a good book or resource, share music, and various other things that I trust will be of interest to you.
Looking forward to 2015 and all that the Lord has in store for us of which may be the year of His return in the clouds (John 14:1-6; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18). Therefore moving forward, let not your heart be troubled (14:1) and comfort one another with these words (4:18).
4 thoughts on “Blogging in 2015”
This is great! Looking forward to “stretching” what I think I know.
Thanks for reading and for the encouragement!!
Thank you Pastor C!!
Thanks for reading!