First Day: Posting Resumes

Welcome back to the Oboedire blog.

As you know, I am in discernment about the relationship between this blog page and the Oboedire facebook page.

All I seem to be getting right now is this: “less is more.”

So, for now, I am only going to be blogging “The Holy Gospel” each Saturday.  I want to complete Year C in the Lectionary.

By the coming of Advent, I hope to have a better sense of things regarding this blog site.

In the meantime, the Oboedire facebook will carry my more-varied writing on spiritual formation.  If you have not “liked” it, you can do so at any time.

Stay tuned, for “The Holy Gospel” this coming Saturday, and thanks again for being part of the Oboedire fellowship.

The blog continues to grow, and I know that this due largely to you recommending it to others. Thank you!

Blessings!  Steve

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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2 Responses to First Day: Posting Resumes

  1. Rebecca Heid says:

    Glad you’re back. I have been blessed by following your various sites since a friend introduced me to them about a year ago.

    Must say that I am disappointed about your decision to do a lot of your posting via Facebook. I have made a conscious decision not to join FB, since I know my own foibles and that I could be easily distracted and then spend much more time on it than would be good for either me or my ministry. Surely I am not alone in that regard, so would be thrilled if you would prayerfully reconsider.

    Blessings to you and yours,
    Rebecca Heid

    Associate Pastor
    Christ Church United Methodist
    Louisville, KY

    Sent from Rebecca’s iPhone

  2. Tom Pope says:

    Steve, I enjoy all you write, but it is tedious to blog everyday. During this time of discernment, I know The Lord will give you insight and direction for this important ministry. The church needs what you have to say.

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