Blog updates

You may have noticed that I’ve been making some changes to my site. After updating to the latest version of WordPress, I updated the theme I was using which completely ruined it (it was awful!). That sent me in search of another theme, which I found, and I like (so far).

Over the last week or two, I’ve tweaked it a little at a time, and I think I’ve come up with a layout I like.

BUT…

There is something I’d like your help on. My goal is to increase the amount of teaching I do in 2009, and my blog in one place I can do that easily. What I want to hear from you is:

  1. What topics or subjects would you like me to write on?
  2. What Bible passages / stories would you like me to write on?
  3. What else would you like me to write on?

I would also like your feedback on what else I can do to make my site fulfill its mission – entrusting God’s Word to God’s faithful people. All suggestions are welcome, even if I can’t use them all.

One more thing – please subscribe to my blog (see the links above) and tell others to do the same. Let’s turn this into a forum for discussing both the concepts in the Bible and how they apply in life today.

8 thoughts on “Blog updates

  1. I like the new layout. Have you thought about publishing your sermon notes? You could tab/tag them as you’ve done so far. Are you going to post any more notes on your in depth study of Listen that you wrote about? Thank You!

    • I’m working on going back through all my posts and tagging them, so the tag cloud will improve.

      By “sermon notes”, do mean my personal notes for each message, or just the ones that we post (when I remember) to the church blog?

      As far as the stuff I was going to study further from our “Listen” series – I actually forgot about it! I just saw that post again today and thought, “I really need to note that so I can go back and do those.” Yes, I’ll post those as I do them.

      Thanks for your input!

  2. I like the real life stuff. I think you could do more of that with great success. The election, the economy, the stuff that really impacts us all on a daily basis.

  3. I have liked the “Daily Bread” type posts that give your insights on what you have read and how they can be applied to “current events”.

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