I’d like to thank Jared Moore for including us on his list of “The Top 250 Christian Blogs”.
After almost 11 years online we are, (according to the Alexa rankings) the #23,868 ranked website overall in the United States and # 156,651 in the world.
That, and $3.00 means that you’ll still have to borrow $.50 to get a coffee at Starbucks.
The greater thanks goes to all of you who read here and have supported us through some real thick and real thin times.
My concern now is to make it better, more worth your time to read it and mine to write it.
What can we do better?
What issues or topics would you like to see us address as a community?
Numbers are good, real ministry is better.
It’s been an interesting ride to say the least…when did you get on?
It’s fascinating to me how much closure was accomplished so quickly when Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale spoke to the details of Bob Coy’s moral failure.
There is a positive, healing power in confession…The Roman Catholics and Orthodox may be on to something.
Hopefully, Driscoll is taking notes…
In between crisis management I’m trying to read our friend Michael Patton’s book for new believers and Matt Chandlers’s new book also showed up yesterday.
Hopefully we’ll have reviews up soon.
What are you reading that the rest of us should?
We’re still working the church history series…for Protestants, the Middle Ages aren’t real compelling…
I’ll be in and out all day…thanks again for being here.