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I have just come across your blog post this evening. It is wonderful coming across someone with a background in theology who writes for a living. I’m just finishing my masters thesis in theology, specializing in Christian spirituality and am married to a Methodist minister. My studies have awakened a desire within me to write, so I look forward to reading your posts.
I also downloaded your book Creating Space tonight. The bit I have read so far is inspiring. Thank you.
Cheryl De Beer
Ed, noted in your most recent newsletter you have chose to give up some social media time for Lent. I wanted to share with you that I have given it up entirely for the full 40 days, and you know I don’t miss it. I know it will be important for marketing my book some day but for my life where it is currently, the extra time is a bonus of the grace kind. I know several other writers who are doing something similar. Thanks for all you do for the faith and writing communities.
Awesome! Yes, these course corrections are so important for a season.
In two of the Denomination Derby posts, it refers to clicking on the “church” category to find the rest. I have not been able to find any list of posts or categories of posts, just links forward and back. Where should I find the category link?
Hi Roger. Sorry for the confusion. The categories are at the bottom of the blog if you scroll all of the way down. It’s a click-down menu. You can also look at the individual post page and the category link is right above the tags. I hope that helps. I would like to update that in the near future to make that less difficult to find.
Hello Ed, I did a Google search on “20’s are confusing and a link to your post popped up. Thank you for restoring hope in me. Social media really played a role in how I have become so discouraged. I’m in my mid 20’s and I started getting really discouraged when I turned 22. I felt like I couldn’t find myself and made a series of bad choices and wasted a lot of time. Reading your post made me reflect on what I have done thus far to start making a change in my life, and you are absolutely right I can make something of myself and it isn’t wrong or right how long or short it takes. Thank you so much for writing that. I just wanted you to know that this is helpful and has me feeling hopeful.
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Hi Ed, I also came across your post entitled “When Your 20’s Feel Like Darkness that Could Ruin Your Entire Life” – I just want to say thank you for sharing your insights. What a great post indeed. I can relate in many ways. I especially like your advice on acknowledging mistakes as life lessons and how all our experiences shape us into who we become and who we are meant to be.
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