Friday, March 02, 2007

COT BlogCast March 2nd
...current articles; spiritual warfare; the nature of blogging; and the gospel


Carla Rolfe said...

Thank you for this today Steve. Very encouraged by the upcoming series.

Christian blogging is one of those questions so many people ask about (i.e., "what's it supposed to look like?") and that so many others have various definitions for. It's as simple as expressing your heart from a Biblical worldview - but within in that "simplicity" falls all the gray areas that many Christian bloggers aren't sure of. I look forward to what you have to say on this.

RE: Reconciled. VERY much looking forward to that.

Your blogcasts are a blessing to me and I appreciate being able to tune in each day.


Tree4life said...

Thank You Steve!!
I've been a fan of your music and now to hear your voice giving us encouragement by sharing your heart.
Looking forward to the future blogcasts!!
Soli Deo Gloria
Aaron "Tree" Landis

4given said...

Often when you post articles that are well written and non-controversial I do not comment because I do not have anything to contribute BECAUSE the bases were covered so well that I had no questions, etc. In other words, just because the comments go down, the readership of such articles likely goes up or at least maintains readers that truly long to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord.
This is not to say at all that the controversial articles lack substance ... by far I would say they present necessary discussion on those hard issues that sadly tend to attract trolls.
Press on Campi. I appreciate your heart for truth and sound doctrine. Your boldness has been a shining example to me.

Anonymous said...

thanks for your helpful and encouraging words steve... i'm just starting my blog and long to keep it Godward, dealing with issues, specifically our call to mission as Christ-followers, from a Biblical perspective.

Rich mercy and grace on you!

Captured! said...

I esp loved the "Jesus is our..." blogacst last weekend, I think it was the first or second one anyway. Cant describe how inspiring it was just hearing that wonderful exposition. It is evident much preparation and prayer go into these and I'm thoroughly enjoying the listening experience.