Friday, August 26, 2011

Wow... I used to have a blog

I'm wondering if I should start this thing up again. I mean, I never really finished telling the stories from my past church experiences. That would be interesting... I think. Also, I am a lead pastor now. I'm sure there will be some insights that I will gain the hard way during ministry here at Shadow Lake.


What do you think?


Robert Conn said...

I remember you... we used to be friends.

Todd Wright said...

Nah. I don't think there's enough interest to justify you starting this blog again.

It was pretty terrible to begin with.

Lance said...

Todd has convinced me to keep on shoveling out the mediocre blog posts!

t0mmysmith said...

i would read it regularly...but i'm not sure if i would listen to you....just being honest. :)

Marisa Tomlinson said...

it *could* be funny

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