Blogging Limits

October 3, 2008

You may have noticed that I’m struggling to find time to blog this week. With a wedding, a CU talk and a Sunday sermon (to name the main protagonists), there simply hasn’t been the time. However, Mike Gilbart Smith encouraged me today with the following caveats about blogging.

1) Blogging must be for the sake of building more meaningful face-to-face contact rather than replacing it.
2) Blogging must flow out of the preparation for other teaching rather than displacing it.
3) Blogging cannot be thoughtless or rushed if it is to be edifying, and the pastor must always ask whether he is fulfilling other responsibilities.

I think he’s spot on. The full post is here.


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