Site Update: Changes on April 1st.

“No fooling”  🙂

Friday, April 1st will bring some changes to this site.

First, the daily blog topic will be posted at 1:00 a.m. rather than at 7:00 a.m.  Some of you are getting away from your computers before 7:00 a.m., so I want you to be able to access the material earlier.

Second, “Connections” will now become an occasional piece, rather than a weekly one.  I’ve covered many of the main influencers in my formation.  I’ll now use this posting as I come across things that I want to “connect” you with.

Third, “The Holy Gospel” will be posted on Saturdays.  Some of you have asked that it appear before Sunday, so that you can be using it as a way to prepare for worship.

This means that Sunday will become a “day of rest” for me as the blogger.  I am feeling a need to ‘take a day off” from the daily routine of writing.  It may be a day when you can catch up on posts you missed earlier in the week—but for me, it will be a “sabbath” time.

As always, I pray these changes will be improvements.  I continue to read your comments (even when I do not respond to them), and they are helpful as we continue our journey together.

About Steve Harper

Dr. Steve Harper is retired seminary professor, who taught for 32 years in the disciplines of Spiritual Formation and Wesley Studies. Author and co-author of 45 books. He is also a retired Elder in The Florida Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.
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3 Responses to Site Update: Changes on April 1st.

  1. marcie miller says:

    Love the changes; they make sense and I’m glad you get a day off!

  2. lgteasley says:

    I think taking off blogging on Sunday is an excellent idea.

  3. Lindsey Davis says:

    Steve, I am really enjoying your blog. It has become a regular part of my morning devotional time. I have told friends that one of the reasons I enjoy it so much is because Steve does all the hard work for me. Hope you are well. I am going in for surgery on April 18. My cancer doctors have become concerned about a couple of small nodules in my lungs so they are going to do a thoraoscopy to see what they are. Hopefully, they will turn out to be benign. Either way it is all in God’s hands.

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