thinking about getting back in the saddle

Ok, so I’ve posted nothing but a weekly college football poll (which has been fun to organize) this fall here on the blog. I haven’t taken a break by design. It started out because I’ve been busier in ministry for the past few months than I ever have and it has just been hard to sit down and write. It’s been hard to sit down and do much of anything. I haven’t read a book in too, too long. Not to mention being way behind on several mags I take.

So, I don’t know quickly I’ll be ramping back up, but I needed to start somewhere so here I am. Writing about how I haven’t been reading or writing much lately. But I’d like to start again. I’ve got some projects I really want to be more disciplined about and actually finish. I’ve kind of been in my head lately but never sitting down to write. So I’m breaking the ice, just to get something back on the blog to indicate that I’m still here, still pondering life and church and theology and whatnot.

Look for me (or just get a blog-reader of some kind like Google Reader or Bloglines or something that helps you keep up with all your blogs). I’m going to try to get back into writing more. Better yet, pray for me. I’ve still got much to say, just haven’t been as deliberate about getting out of my head and onto the journal page or computer document/blog form. I look forward to the journey ahead.

Published by Guy M Williams

Christian | Husband, Father | Pastor | 8th-Gen Texan | Texas A&M ‘96 | Asbury Seminary ‘01 | Enjoy family, reading, running, golf, college football

2 thoughts on “thinking about getting back in the saddle

  1. Cool. Been out too, for similar, yet different reasons. Will be good to have you back. Oh, and good luck this week with the poll. Another crazy weekend.


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