Over the past few months, I’ve noticed that there are quite a few things that would be good to communicate at church that fall outside the scope of the church website. For me, that usually entails some kind of media, but I can also see how other things – like leadership articles or other ministry items – should be finding their way to a centralized location on the internet. Twitter & Facebook are both avenues that we’ve been using for communication, but something more central and intertwined is the approach I’ve come to enjoy here with this blog (the blog being central, and FB and Twitter as offshoots).
To meet that need, I launched a blog for Faith Promise Church a few days ago. Should be a fun project. You can check it out here.
Each week I find myself engaged in interesting conversations. Sometimes they make me laugh, and other times they make me reflect on life. I love these conversations, and I often think, “I wish more people could be a part of this discussion.”
That’s why I’m starting this blog. I want to open up some discussions into a realm where people can contribute the conversation. Some of us will ask questions, and some of us will provide responses, while others will silently participate. Whichever category you find yourself in, I hope that you’ll find this blog to be a place where we learn and find ourselves drawn nearer to Christ and the eternal hope of His grace.
So, as we begin, I want to set a few ground rules. The views stated in this blog do not necessarily reflect Southcliff West, Southcliff Baptist Church, or even the views of our staff. No rude or divisive posts will be allowed, and the moderator (Kyle) reserves the right to delete comments which are not deemed appropriate. If you’ve got a topic or a question you’d like to see posted here, please send me an e-mail, and I’ll consider it.