A Big Thank You

I was moved by each of your kind comments on the last post. I appreciated that each of you invested a moment of your day to provide some feedback to help determine how this little blog can best serve you. And your kind words were a great encouragement (thanks for sharing your story Steven!).

So if I hear you correctly,

(1) you appreciate longer posts over the short (Kevin, I’m printing your comment and posting it over my computer. Thank you!),

(2) you prefer occasional posts with substance (whenever I can get them posted) over the brief daily posts, and

(3) you would like to see a return to full book reviews and more how-to articles (although I’m afraid all my tricks have been exhausted).

These points are useful to help determine the future content I develop on this blog. Thank you for helping me to see the profitability of this blog. I am humbled by your readership and encouraged to press on as we pursue the cross of Jesus Christ together!

Blessings to each of you!


6 thoughts on “A Big Thank You

  1. Tony,

    Thanks for reading over the comments and feedback. Your three points are exactly what I enjoy about your blog.

    Thanks again.

  2. I too prefer the longer posts.

    By the way, what did you think of the 20/20 conference? I thought Akin’s plenary was OK, but the others were really good. One thing I’m sure of — at the ripe old age of 35 I felt really, really old there.

  3. Tony, Also please keep the great quotes of the various authors and people you cite. A short and simple but God-glorifying quote does wonders!

  4. Hello Jason! I was only present on Friday evening so I cannot give an assessment of the entire conference. I enjoyed the Friday evening sessions and thought CJ did an especially wonderful job in his message.

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