Tagged with Blogging

Busy as a United Methodist Pastor!

Two charge conferences coming up, my first D.Min. paper is coming due, serving as an assistant spiritual director on a Walk to Emmaus retreat this weekend, kids turning 2 and 5 right around the corner, and I’m a little bit tired. Life is very good in spite of the hectic pace. Thank goodness I’m finished … Continue reading

Thinking About Changing the Blog…

The blog has been taking off far more than I realized when I fist began, and I’m at the point I need to make a few decisions. Even though I blogged semi-anonymously at first, now I can’t even force myself to pretend that is the case. I’m beginning to think about switching to WordPress.org (the … Continue reading

Thinking About Changing the Blog…

The blog has been taking off far more than I realized when I fist began, and I’m at the point I need to make a few decisions. Even though I blogged semi-anonymously at first, now I can’t even force myself to pretend that is the case. I’m beginning to think about switching to WordPress.org (the … Continue reading

Weird Name…I Know.

Gavin Richardson over at The Methoblog asks, “How did your blog get its name?” (h/t John the Methodist) This question spurred me to update my “About” space, so I thought I’d also post that information here with a few minor additions. Catching Meddlers comes from an obscure old saying I first remember hearing from my … Continue reading

Weird Name…I Know.

Gavin Richardson over at The Methoblog asks, “How did your blog get its name?” (h/t John the Methodist) This question spurred me to update my “About” space, so I thought I’d also post that information here with a few minor additions. Catching Meddlers comes from an obscure old saying I first remember hearing from my … Continue reading

Good Thoughts on Blogging as a Tool for Ministry

Cory Miller, director of communications at Quail Springs Baptist Church (a congregation my wife and I visited way back when we were newlyweds in ’99), and blogger over at Church Communications Pro, provides a great apologetic for blogging here: Blogging is Not a Four-Letter Word. Check it out! 🙂