When a student (yes, you Michael) eventually persuaded me to start blogging just under two years ago, I never expected it to become such a large and enjoyable part of my life and ministry. With such small expectations I looked for a blogging platform that would make it as easy as possible to post regularly with minimal hassle. With its email-to-blog feature, and its simple maintenance interface, Posterous was the obvious answer.
However, as the HeadHeartHand blog has developed and grown, the limitations of Posterous have become more obvious. Also, my Christian film company, HeadHeartHand Media has been growing in parallel over the past year.
I’ve therefore decided to change my blogging software to WordPress and to move it to a new shared site with HeadHeartHand Media.
The blog’s content will remain the same – a mixture of Ministry and Leadership subjects such as Preaching, Counseling, Old Testament, Technology, etc. The only changes you’ll be aware of will be improved presentation and a different location.
As many of you receive the “old” Posterous blog content via RSS or email, I want to “encourage” you to make the change to the new blog by giving a free digital download of CrossReference: The Angel of the Lord to all subscribers to the new blog.
So here’s the deal: anyone who subscribes to the new HeadHeartHand blog by RSS or email, will receive a download code embedded in their RSS feed or email from Monday to Wednesday next week. The only condition is one download per subscription.
I look forward to serving you here and enjoying your valued contributions via the Comments.
And before I go, let me give a big thank you to Nathan Bingham and Cameron Morgan whose technical and design skills made all this possible. Thanks so much, guys; you’re a great team and a joy to work with.
Nathan W. Bingham is a part-time blogger, social media consultant, and a seminary graduate who is training for pastoral ministry. He lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and three daughters.
Cameron Morgan is a visual print and web designer. He’s particularly interested in the intersection of theology, technology & visual communication as a means to spread the gospel of Christ. He lives in Orange County, CA with his wife and daughter.