Insert Creative Post Title Here

Now you know what I’ll call a post when I can’t think of a good name for it. 🙂

I’m short on time, so there probably won’t be a substantive post until Monday or Tuesday.  A couple of things.

First, I’m going to be posting more in the Ambassadors for Christ category, and I’m going to be posting more on the London (and beyond) riots.  I know I’ve got two threads kind of hanging there.

Second, I’ve been at this blog for a month, now, and some of you have been reading along for most of that time.  As my wife Terri says to me, “It’s your blog,” so I’m not going to promise to adopt anyone’s suggestions, but I’ll certainly consider them.  Questions:

  1. Is anyone besides one of my kids bothered that I’m using one of the default WordPress pictures for the top of the blog?  I’m sure I could find something else….
  2. Is there a topic you’d like me to address from a Scriptural perspective?
  3. Is there a Scripture passage you’d like me to tackle?
  4. Is there anything in the way I’m writing that you find distracting or that hinders you from getting my point?

I’m not looking for praise for things people like, but rather constructive criticism of things that could be better.  You could do it in the comments or by using the Contact page at the top.  I’d appreciate any thoughts anyone has.

About Jon Gleason

Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes
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4 Responses to Insert Creative Post Title Here

  1. Don Johnson says:

    Hey, Jon, since I read you in a feed reader, I don’t see the picture on your masthead… so… doesn’t bother me! But if you want a real cool picture, you should get some insight from mine!

    Maranatha!
    Don Johnson
    Jer 33.3

    • Jon Gleason says:

      Now, if that’s a shameless attempt to increase hits on your blog, it’s a pretty pathetic one, because you didn’t give us a link! It’s a good thing you have friends to promote your blog for you, because you aren’t very good at self-promotion. 🙂 http://oxgoad.ca/

      I suppose a person’s perspective on your picture depends on if you are a cup-half-full or cup-half-empty kind of person. Personally, I like it!

  2. Diane says:

    I’m pretty happy with everything thus far. 😉 Maybe a photo of John Knox’s Pulpit (I’ve seen several nice ones in Kathleen’s and Michael’s photos for your header?

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