Saying Goodbye

Technology is a wonderful part of life these days.  Do you remember the little transistor radio?   That newfangled device with its on/off button, antenna, rolling knobs, and ability to hear music and news from miles away through a little speaker was fascinating in years gone by.  As with any electronic gadget that comes along, there must be choices and discipline.

I am grateful for the opportunity to use the internet to write a blog.  Today, I am saying, “Goodbye.”  Let me first of all express my gratitude to those who have faithfully read this blog every day or periodically. I really hope it has been helpful.  My reasons for bringing this to a close has nothing to do with you, but everything to do with me.  Writing everyday has become more of a burden than a delight, and furthermore, it has become more time-consuming than I thought.  Added to that, there are so many other helpful blogs that I need not add anymore clutter to our already heaped-up lives.  🙂

So, again, thanks for reading.  All of these posts have truly come from this pastor’s heart.

8 thoughts on “Saying Goodbye

  1. Hey Dale,

    I was amazed every day, as I considered the investment of time and thought you had to be making.

    It WAS a blessing, to many I’m sure. Obviously it was also a learning experience for you, and I’m sure it is not the complete end of your writing!

    Thanks for being honest and ethical in stepping away and explaining why.

    Keep up the good work! AB


  2. Thank you Pastor C for again helping many of us with your writings and teachings from God’s word. I will miss your blog, but am confident God has something special in mind for you in your ministry. Keep on keeping on!!

  3. Pastor C,
    Thank you for the time and effort for this blog! I know your decision has been made with prayer, I have enjoyed reading everyday!! May God Bless You!

  4. Thank you for the time and effort that you poured into your blog. Your blog posts have been a tremendous blessing to me over the past year that I have been reading it. Thank you for sharing your heart!

  5. Your postings were encouraging and often on the spot for hearing from the WORD. I will miss you, but in all honesty I was paying less attention because of all I had on my plate. May your unique voicing of the Truth continue in your other venues. May your people sense the freshness that more focus can bring in your every message.

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