Here in Maryland, it’s starting to feel, at least a little bit, like fall. I love it. To me, the change of seasons reminds me that there are many things, including weather, that are outside of my control. The recent hurricanes are sadly a clear indication of this. May God bless and strengthen those who have been effected by these incredible disasters. Some things, however, are clearly within our control, and from time to time, changes need to be made. Over this past summer, I’ve created a little time of advisors to help me discern this blog and all the various components which make up Making All Things New.
One of the topics was this website, and the need for some more consistent posting, on point topic selection, and additional abilities to interact with those who visit here. As the summer season gives way to fall, now is a good time to make these changes. In the next few weeks, you’ll be able to see them for yourself, and I believe you’ll like what you see. Remember, I’ve been posting here since 2009, so it will take some time to review and reorganize the hundreds of posts you can find here. Thanks in advance for your patience.
If there are specific topics you would like to see, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, I want to remind you of the Scripture passage from which the title of this blog comes. Not only a title, but also a mission, which is to help people realize God’s ongoing creative activity in the world all around us, including you and me.
“Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert”. (Isaiah 43:19)