Old Content Made New?

Hey all!

I’m looking to write for a local newspaper again, so I approached the editor and he asked for samples.  Naturally, I came to my blog to search for some.  And what I found was this:  amazingly good stories from long ago.

What I’m wondering is this:  would you be interested in me re-posting them?  I was thinking maybe a link at the end of my devotionals or something?  Then it wouldn’t be a separate email/post and you could visit it only if you were interested.  Maybe once a week?  Fridays perhaps?

Thoughts or suggestions?

44 thoughts on “Old Content Made New?

  1. I would love to read what you write. I am new since 2015 (BSF) to your posts and have enjoyed your lessons. Thank you for offering to include your older writings on your post. God bless you greatly.


  2. I think putting it a link within the email once/week is terrific. Like you said, then you don’t get another email and if it’s a particular day of the week, we know to look forward to it!


  3. I think that sounds like a great idea. I have always enjoyed your posts so sure do it! If anyone chooses not to read your whole post so be it. But I look forward to your weekly devotional and your comments at the end of each weeks BSF lesson. Thank you for those.


  4. I definitely would be interested. Many of us might have missed it first time around. There is so much junk around to watch and read, great to have something inspiring for a change.
    Thank you.


  5. I read your blog everyday. Some days this is the only spiritual thought I have on a daily basis. I would love to be able to go back and read some more of your blogs.


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