My blog is going on hiatus

Hello everyone,

Since I announced three months ago that I was taking a new job designing the new online program for the Institute for Spiritual Formation, I’ve been trying to maintain my job commitment, my commitment to my young and growing family, and this blog. I never did find a consistent rhythm for writing this blog in a life-giving manner, and recently, I’ve been convicted of my need to let this blog go for the time being.

It is said that the difference between a good leader and a great leader is the amount of things he says no to, and now, for the sake of my job, my family, and my own well being, it’s time for me to say no to this blog, at least in the way I’ve been doing it.

I am still very much interested in making spiritual formation accessible to even the busiest of folks, but right now that interest won’t work itself out as regular blog posting. I may still post occasionally as inspiration strikes and as I find spaces in my schedule to dedicate to blogging, but I will no longer be on a weekly posting schedule.

Thanks to all of you for your readership and your support. I’m glad to have served you through my blog.

If you want to continue the conversation about spiritual formation and busyness, feel free to contact me through e-mail.

New job and change to posting schedule

Hello everyone!

As of today, my posting schedule will be reduced to once a week on Mondays. I recently accepted a full-time job as the Institute for Spiritual Formation (ISF) Online Program Coordinator, which means that I’ll be devoting the bulk of my time to developing and implementing online spiritual formation curriculum. As a result, I won’t have as much time available to post, hence the change in my posting schedule.

I appreciate your readership and support, and I look forward to continuing my conversations with you on my blog. Enjoy the Everything is Gift campaign…I’ll be posting my first reflection on Monday!