I’m usually not one to ask people to subscribe to my blog, but I think it will be worth your time. 2008 was a great year, but 2009 has brought with it a new focus, clarity and purpose in my blogging that I don’t believe I have ever had before in my writing.
I love to write, but usually I would write when the desire hit me, and my attention was very unfocused that I rarely had the patience to stay with an important topic too long. I think John Saddington described me as a “passionate blogger”, basically meaning that when the passion hit me I would write and post…but all the other times…well, nothing to say or write.
So why should you subscribe to my blog? Because I think I have begun to find my voice amidst all the noise (lots of noise coming from me), and instead of blogging about things that are just of interest, I have decided to focus more on issues and topics that aren’t blogged about very often, and ones that allow me to use my training and expertise in ways that I have not before.
So what kind of content can you expect from me in 2009? Well, let me tell you about some of the topical series that I will be writing about in the next couple of months.
- Depression in the Church and Pastoral Roles
- Pornography and the Church
- The Perspective and (sometimes) Stigma of Singleness in the Church
- Introduction to Pastoral Counseling from a Barthian Perspective
- Couple of Book Reviews
- Narcicissm and the Pastor
- Genograms, Family Systems and the Church
- Updates on my 2009 Online to Offline Meet-Up Goals
- Building a Private Practice as a Rookie
And that’s just a small sampling of what lays ahead?
So what do you need to do? Hit the Subscribe button under the home page tab, and choose your method of delivery…and you are good to go.
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