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My Cents Are Spent. Almost.

Well, this is it. I’m “breaking the bank” at MyTwoCents. I started this blog over 7 years ago at the urging of my friend, Greg Linscott. (Thanks for the push, Greg. Sincerely.) It’s been fun, and occasionally, profitable. Sure, I’ve said some stupid things here. (If you’re wondering, blogging gives a Pulpit Committee plenty to consider during the vetting process.) But I’ve also grown as a writer and as a Christian. And along the way, I’ve made many friends here. Thanks for reading and interacting!

I’m turning my online attention to ChurchWorksMedia.com, the ministry resource site that actually grew out of MTC a few years ago. We’re re-launching the site soon. (I’ll announce the re-launch with a final post here.) The new site has a lot going on, including a just-finished CD, a not-quite-finished¬†Gospel Meditations installment, and all the hymns and books from the current site. I’m also excited to announce that it will also include a blog, where I’ll team with several likeminded friends to discuss Christian living and ministry from a doxological, gospel-centered perspective. So I’m not retiring from blogging—just moving, and getting some help.

The blog team at the new CWM site will include the following: pastors Joe Tyrpak, Matt Hoskinson, and Danny Brooks; educators Jim Newcomer, Sam Horn, and Paul Williams; and music ministers Greg Habegger and Marc Rattray. A few others (including friends involved in missions and ladies’ ministries) are still praying about participating. It’s a tremendous group, and I’m honored to work with them.

I can’t wait. See you there, Lord willing.¬†Grace!