I recently starting blogging pretty regularly.
After getting married, resuming school, and having regular work, i finally fell into a formal routine:
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible–even Ruth.
Does psalm 23 teach eternal life in the Old Testament? . . . Psalm 23:1-6.
Can you summarize a character’s life (or your own) in 140 characters or less?
What does the movie Gran Torino teach us about evangelistic intercultural comunication? . . . Ephesians 2:14.
What was Paul referring to when He said Jesus rose on the third day “according to the Scriptures”? . . . Hosea 6:1-3.
John continues his letter by describing the end of the age. . . . Revelation 11:15-19.
What’s keeping you from writing?
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible–even Philemon.
An update on where i am fictionally right now.
I promise that i have many more blog posts planned. However, this week i will be taking a break, trying to focus on fiction writing and school projects. It’s spring break for both school and work, so i want to use my time wisely.
My goal is three school papers finished–about 15 pages total–and 10,000 more words for the rough draft of Switched. However, with that said, i also started an Easter-themed post last year that i plan to post on April 4, 2021. There may be one additional post before Tuesday, April 6, but that is yet to be seen.
I share this so you know this was a deliberate choice to focus my writing energies elsewhere. I didn’t merely get lazy and give up on blogging.
In this with you.
Soli Deo Gloria
Thanks for reading.