We live in what is called the Information Age. Just one generation ago, Americans found out about what happened in the world around them by tuning in to a 30 minute televised news broadcast at 6:30 each evening. Walter Cronkite, who only recently passed away, was the very first news anchor. Today, with broadband mobile devices and public access to high speed Internet, we are never more than a few seconds removed from breaking news that happens anywhere on the globe. There are of course those people that Tweet each individual item they put into their shopping cart, resulting in what the kids call TMI (too much information).
The point is that any data can be accessed instantaneously, and to overlook the potential to share the Gospel would be foolish. I wish to welcome Manchester Baptist Church in Manchester, KY to WordPress. Continue reading →
I don’t know why, but an article I wrote back in October about Christopher Columbus has been getting a lot of views lately. It seemed relevant to me back on Columbus Day, but for some reason it has become very popular just in the last couple of weeks. The other day I got a comment about how the article was bullcrap, and that simply using Google could straighten me out. I responded with in my usual tactful manner (lol) and waited to see what happened next. Continue reading →
Everyday new people begin to use WordPress for the first time. Since I joined in March the number of WordPress blogs has gone from 2.5 to 3.6 million. I imagine there are also those users who have used WordPress for a while now, but do not take advantage of all the features. I would like to share a few tips and tricks that have made my use of WordPress more useful and enjoyable. Continue reading →