Thursday, August 25, 2005

Why pastors should be bloggers

Why should pastors blog? Because they can? Well, maybe. But there are better reasons. Pastor/author/blogger Tod Bolsinger believes ministers should blog "because we have a vested interest in something that the blogosphere makes more readily available: To more effectively, cheaply and regularly communicate the elements of Christian faith to a wider number of people. This will also ... encourage our long-term pastorates and presence in our home churches (and families) by making it easier to reach larger numbers of people each week without leaving home." He adds in his latest post about pastorblogging that "blogging allows us to be far more effective at communicating Christian truth in depth, and responding to challenges to the faith effectively, broadly and without delay."
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1 comment:

bryan said...

I can't agree more with your post, excellent words!