Wednesday, June 28, 2006

blogging Baptists

Lately, I've been hearing about how the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention beat out the old guard candidates because of the underground networking of bloggers.

"Page may have started out as the underdog," Wade Burleson said. "But I attribute the fact (he won) to young men and women on blogs."


Anonymous said...

I have been praying on the idea of creating a blog myself.

One idea I have is on personal holiness. Being a Southern Baptist who was formerly Roman Catholic and married to a United Methodist you run a theological gamut but I would say it would be well within the bounds of evangelical orthodoxy.

Perhaps I will do book and movie reviews first. I plan to start small and see where the Holy Spirit leads me.

John Flores
Frisco, Texas

Jason Woolever said...

its pretty good for offering your talents to the greater global community. i find that a lot of people access articles i've written after doing a search on a particular subject i've written about.

when i started blogging i read something that said, to cultivate readership, update frequently/regularly and keep it short.

good luck