Regular readers of this blog will spot the title of this one and be scratching their heads wondering what on earth this is all about. And it might leave readers on the Alltop aggregator guessing, too.
One thing I’ve never done a lot of on this blog is self-promotion. Unfortunately however, there is a lot more complexity to blogging these days than ever before and some of this involves how search engine web-crawl spiders connect to different parts of the web. It turns out that this blog was missing a post like this one, so I needed to do this at least once. You might want to consider doing something like this on your blog, also. This section will disappear after about five days leaving only the section in black type below.
So… if you’re a regular reader, this isn’t for you…
Now...this one is for our regular Pilgrim Scribblings readers.
Today we had a visit at our church from a fellow blogger and good friend, Paul Wilkinson from over at Thinking Out Loud. His posts are always thought-provoking and we agree on many issues. There are some preachers who we have differing opinions on but I'm sure Paul will come around to my way of thinking sooner or later. Ha! Ha! We have both been involved in Christian bookselling for many years and now we blog together.
I'm anxious to see if Paul writes a post concerning their family's visit to Auburn Bible Chapel this morning. I'll be checking daily to see if he has. I check daily anyway. It's a regular stop along my daily blogging route.
I encourage you to check him/it out too.
Hope your Sunday was a good one and that you met with the King today!
Guess it's been a week since I dropped by, so I hadn't seen this until just now.
My blog often contains a lot of rant, and frankly, when it comes to my visit to Auburn, there ain't nothin' to complain about.
I'm not an expert, but when I visit a church I can usually tell in a single visit whether the church is headed in a good direction and doing right things, and your church definitely is. I left with a positive impression of both the quality of the service, and the intentionality of the people who attend. It's a church where I could very easily jump in with both feet in terms of committment and involvement. (I have some speaking openings in December and April, too!)
Okay, I do have one complaint: It's too far for us to drive each week.