New Year, New Schedule

new schedule

Happy New Year, everybody! (Is January 11 too late to say that?) I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season.

The new year is bringing with it some changes to the blog. I have a major writing project I’m working on, which, unfortunately, means I’m going to have to cut back on blogging and social media, at least for the near future. I will no longer be writing for Satisfaction Through Christ, but it’s a great blog for Christian women, so keep following Christie and the gang over there!

Here at my blog, I am suspending my Missions Monday and Lesley’s Lagniappe (Tuesday) segments for the time being. I would encourage you to keep current with missions and evangelism stories through any of the sites I’ve featured in past Missions Monday segments. If you like article curations similar to Lesley’s Lagniappe, Aaron Armstrong (Blogging Theologically), Mike Leake (Borrowed Light), and Tim Challies all do daily curation segments I’m sure you’ll enjoy.

Sadly, I will also have to cut back on answering e-mails, social media messages and comments, and blog comments. I will be enforcing more strictly my policy of not publishing comments or responding to e-mails promoting false doctrine. And, while I would love to get to know each of you personally, I will not be able to carry on continuous “pen pal” type e-mail/private message relationships. I will, however, publish and respond to most other brief comments, questions, and e-mails as I have time. (Many of my articles were written to answer questions I’m frequently asked, so if you have a question about a biblical issue, try using the search bar. You might find an article that answers your question.)

I do intend – as far as I’m able – to keep my Wednesday through Friday article schedule the same. Wednesday’s Word (Bible study), Throwback Thursday (archived articles), and the new articles that publish on Fridays will continue as usual, though I might have to take a day off here and there.

I’d very much appreciate your prayers that I would be diligent, disciplined, and a sound exegete as I work on this new writing project and that my ministry to my family and church would continue to be my top priorities.

Thank you so much for your understanding and for your readership.