A New Year = New Beginnings

Honestly, I have no idea what that title means. However, the last two months since Asher was born have been C. R. A. Z. Y. When I redesigned this site, I had every intention of posting weekly, of polishing the design and keeping things fresh. Obviously, that didn’t happen. Funny how a new baby can change things so drastically.

With that said, I’m learning a great deal about myself.  While I’m a motivated person, I procrastinate. Sometimes, that procrastination leads to things being forgotten. Luckily, the forgotten things tend to be things like this site, not my family or my work.

I have some pretty huge goals for myself for 2007. Many of them carry over from 2006, as I got a bit distracted by trying to build my business. Now that I’m relatively comfortable and have several projects ongoing, I feel like I can step back, look at the big picture and see how things line up.

Stay tuned for more writings in the areas of church technology, media, web design, philosophy, my family, etc. There may even be another redesign in the works as I complete my company site (finally), update Asher’s site, wrap up my first product offering, start at least two more blog sites and pursue ministry from an entirely different perspective.

2 replies on “A New Year = New Beginnings”

so i was reading your blog about church building and see there is an ad for radical reformission. have you read it or is that just an ad?

It’s both. I read it a while ago. My feelings are mixed. The content is dead on, but presented in a less-than-effective way in my mind. I see it as a “preaching to the choir” type of book that a truly persuasive one.

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