I've had a wonderful time blogging these past few years. And this blog has been good to me. At this point, though, I'm afraid I've outgrown it. This blog, that is, not blogging in general.
I've created a beautiful, shiny, brand-new blog, with a little help from my favorite web designer. I even managed to export all my old posts over to the new blog--indexed and fully searchable.
Please, go on over there and check it out! And if you're a blog follower, or you have a link to my blog in your sideblog, livefeed, or RSS reader, please update your links. The new address is:
While you're over there, check out some of the great new features. Tabs along the top of the page will take you to different topical areas. There's a great video that a friend and I made about Passover and the Last Supper, along with a Hagaddah booklet and instructions for holding your own Passover Seder. There's a section with essays on Holy Week, from Palm Sunday to Resurrection Morning. And there's a compendium of all my essays from my time in Jerusalem. I plan to put up many more things, including book reviews and guest posts, and maybe even a few lesson plans, as soon as I can talk someone into doing the web design for me.
From now on, all my new posts will go on my new blog, which I've called "To Everyone That Believeth," a nod to Paul's statement in his epistle to the Romans, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth." I, like Paul, believe that the gospel of Christ really is the power of God unto salvation, and that God embraces all who believe in Him and seek to do His will.
Happy Holy Week, everyone!