I can hardly explain to you how excited I am to be launching this blog! I have so many ideas, topics, and plans that are pouring out of my heart and mind. Initial launch is first day of summer (for teachers) Monday June 8, but I figured I would give some previews for what to expect from the blog this summer.
I’ll be diving into issues and trends in the culture, adding a Gospel-saturated thought to the conversation. Here are a couple examples I have written in the past few years.
Gospel Reminders (Weekdays?)
My goal is to provide rich reminders of the hope we have in the Gospel of Jesus Christ every morning. My vision is to provide you with opportunities to engage in short commentary to meditate on in the morning, at lunch, before bed, when traveling, or whenever bored. You can look out for these every weekday morning on the blog or have them delivered straight to your email inbox! (Click the follow button in the sidebar)
Weekly, What I’m Listening To
Every Friday new music releases. I have a pretty broad range of sounds I enjoy listening to and I’ll share some of them with you in a weekly segment called, What I’m Listening To. It will feature music, podcasts, and other social commentaries.
The hope is to help introduce you to diverse and good sounding content, while engaging with a Gospel-filtered ear.
Be on the lookout for the first What I’m Listening To feature this Friday, June 2, 2017.
Sometimes I come across other great bloggers, free or cheap resources and books, and other interesting material that I like to pass along. This is part of my informing and sharing mission to help equip Christians.
If you come across any resources you find interesting, please share with me!
I have many other ideas also, it’s just a matter of organization, funding, and finding editors who are willing to sacrifice their time. By the way, if you have any interest in editing, please contact me!
I want to to offer good content as regularly possible. I am still exploring many different avenues and trying to hone in on a particular niche.
Keep checking in with me.