On this Thanksgiving, I wanted to take a break from posting the usual articles to simply say thank you. Thank you for reading. Thank you for following these posts. Thank you for sharing these with your friends. Thank you for your kind comments. Thank you for the comments keeping me in check. Thank you for honorably disagreeing with me. Thank you for your prayers, kindness, and thoughtfulness over the years.
I appreciate so much the messages, both public and private, telling me that you are reading my posts and getting something out of them. I hope that continues to be the case for years to come.
We are currently on a 65 day streak of posting daily articles, and I hope to continue that streak for as long as possible!
I have no shortage of topics to write about because of my reading schedule, but if you want me to cover a topic in one article or in a series, let me know in the comments or through a private message.
Here are some things I have planned in the future:
- I want to relaunch my weekly podcast.
- I am currently reading through the Bible as part of a 90 day challenge. Once I get to the New Testament (start of February), I'd like you to read along with me and my posts will revolve around the reading of that day (I'll stay one day ahead to make it work).
- I want to continue my Friday release of my Mark commentary. The last two weeks I was working on the resurrection articles, and I didn't want to get out of that flow.
- I've got a book that is almost done. I'd like to finish the first draft over Christmas break. I want to keep the details of it under wraps for now, but a major section of the book is a parable I wrote to help explain fulfilled prophecy.
And that's that!
So, thank you again, and I can't wait to continue to work for you!