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So this blog has been a barren place of late – no posts at all last year, a few thoughts shared of late, but largely it has been void of content.  A number of reasons really for this : other things going on in life, busy-ness, the rise of facebook/twitter/RSS feeds/emails to keep ontop of  (you easily become consumed by the volume of information out there you think you should consume), and I guess a case of the initial desire fading over time (i’ve been blogging since 2003).  Has been surprising though that some people still stumble across it daily, often stumbling into this post when searching for the lyrics to the Script song Break Even.

So this is me re-visiting the land of blog again, and attempting to re-engage with some more regular updates : will try and record some musings each month, for my own benefit if nothing else. In the past i always found it helpful to work through some thought’s /musings, or reflect on some cultural observations and how I flesh out my faith as I carry on in this journey of faith.

Have been challenged / refreshed / encouraged by some thoughts recorded by one of our youth on a blog he set up recently, you can check it out here.  I for one actually believe in this generation, i’m loving how God’s working in and through them in our context at Boardmills, and believe God will use them to redeem his church and bring revival in these days as they seek to live out loud against society’s flow.

1 Timothy 4:12 (NIV) “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”


About col4man

Sinner in rehab - work in progress

Posted on April 26, 2011, in blogging, faith, youthwork. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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