Archive for Blogging
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I recently have had the opportunity to meet and become great friends with Doug Baker, who is now the editor of Baptist Messenger, Oklahoma’s third largest newspaper ….
He just wrote an editorial called On Baptist Blogging and it includes a great exhortation to all Christian bloggers, here’s a quote from it:
The challenge for the Christian blogger is to both expose and edify in a manner that obeys Jesus’ process of log and speck (Matt. 7:5). Far too often blogging can be both anonymous and autonomous, tricking the writer into thinking that what they write and how they respond represents true community and reality. The real test for great writing is not its spontaneity or immediacy. Rather it is the ability to write in a manner consistent with Christian doctrine and communicated in a manner that seeks to be salt and light in the midst of a very dark world. With this as the goal, there is hope that blogging might truly be used to the glory of God.
My friend Kent Shaffer of Church Relevance has put together a list of the top church blogs. Church Communications Pro is ranked No. 91 in the list.
This is a great list to surf the Christian blogosphere and we’re in great company.
My wife told me about this tragic story of a Southern Baptist pastor being killed in Illinois … and when I saw his name I remembered I had interviewed for a story a couple years ago when I was communications director for Midwestern Baptist Seminary.
Please keep his family and church in your prayers.
Ray Griffin, one of my dear friends and mentors, has posted 4 reasons why you should start a blog or website.