I’ve never been a good blogger. I do it when it’s fun. Then I lose interest. Said at Southern has been different. I’ve made friends, learned tech skills, and started a little mischief. Our network of bloggers has been very encouraging. I’ve benefited from
reading skimming your feeds each day. My thesis has been confirmed: Humble Orthodoxy + Evangelical Engagement = Good Blogging. God has blessed our Seminary and we can share a taste of that beyond Lexington Rd.
Rethinking Said at Southern
So, what’s next? I want this site to be good for Jesus’ people. I want our content to encourage you as a believer, a learner, and a church leader. I want our writers to be built up by their efforts as well. I want our professors to see we really were listening.
Will you tell me what you think? I am at a decisive moment for this project. I volunteer about four hours a week. That time seems very precious right now. Leave me some feedback below. Here are some questions I’m asking:
- Why do you visit Said at Southern?
- How have we encouraged you as a believer, a learner, and a church leader?
- What changes do you think we should consider?
- What do you see as our flagship or pillar content?