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How do you do it? August 6, 2007

Posted by Kevin in Uncategorized.

I read a lot of blogs throughout the course of a week. Most of them are Christian themed or theology related. And most of them are written or updated daily.

My question is…

How do you do it? For those of you who are pastors or in some other full-time ministry, I can see it being a part of your daily ministerial and professional activities. But how do the rest of you do it? How do you manage to keep your blog fresh and hold down a real job?!? I am struggling!

Oh well. If that is my biggest problem, then I am truly blessed!



1. Thirsty Bear - August 6, 2007


Some folks replace their journaling with blogging.
I find myself wanting to do more on my blogs. I tell myself I will get home and post that thought. Life gets in the way.

2. jel - August 7, 2007

K- you hava a life, is why you don’t have the time,

I don’thave a job, or a life ๐Ÿ˜‰

so I blog ๐Ÿ™‚

3. Scott - August 13, 2007

I am lucky if I average one a month…..I have no idea how the good bloggers do it.

I will get a good thought going and by the time I actually get to type it up, I forgot it.

owell, it was good seeing ya’ll yesterday in class.


4. Thirsty Bear - August 15, 2007

Okay…so when are you going to blog again. Waiting….

5. Thirsty Bear - August 25, 2007

Still waiting… ๐Ÿ˜‰

6. jel - August 26, 2007

and waiting, and waiting!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

hope all is well with the family!

7. Scott - September 4, 2007


Ever since you wrote this blog, I have had writers block on mine as well. I hold you accountable, write a blog so that I can too.


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